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Wow, another great day...our heads are swimming...can't remember what we saw because each one was better than the prior one!
We started in our bus. Our sites today are pretty spread out so the bus was probably the best option!
We went up the Avenue of Liberty to the Edward VII park. Right in the middle of the city. The design for the street was based on the street in Paris, Champs-Elysees. It has beautiful trees, buildings and a monument with a statue ...
... aren't going to crash.. Second corner in an the 1st car is t-boned.. Car is a right off but luckily no one hurt.. €1000 later the rest of us continue an see the sights. Day 2 at Optimus = massive! Sam smith the best. Day 3 other VT crew some up an get really stuck in for a big night an go out with a bang at ...
... Dubai and Lisbon places as 10 out of 10! I think I need some harder critics!
We had a reasonably early start with walking the streets at 8.30am looking for a place to eat. We found a lovely cosy cafe with the Chows and Fongs being the only customers, and a waitress that did not speak any English! We got what we wanted with lots of sign language and the coffee was to die for! The children and adults were happy and ...
... we had to go
back and change my shoe choice because we were literally dancing up hill, it
was totally worth it. It is definitely going down as one of the best nights of
my life and I can guarantee I will never experience anything like it again. Im
already in love with Lisbon…. YAY PORTUGAL!
June 15, 2014 Day 30
If I could describe Lisbon in one
word it would be HOT. Today was a a scortcher… at one point we saw a billboard
sign that ...
... monument to Prince Henry the Navigator, with whom the Portuguese seem to have quite a love affair. Our next destination, though, was the other UNESCO site, the Torre de Belem, an island fortress in the Tagus River that is another Manueline marvel. Admission is free on the first Sundays of the month at the tower, too, another pleasant surprise that saved us another 10 Euros. The tower was once an important ...