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... Eventually, it became something we just knew we had to do. Even before we returned home from the Camino Frances, I was already thinking about doing another route. There's just nothing like it. - We love to do long hikes to places like Machu Picchu and Patagonia, but this is really different.
2. For the physical challenge. It is quite an accomplishment to walk a journey of 400 miles and though really challenging both physically and mentally, it is enormously ...
... you know they had an earthquake in Lisbon in 1755? On All Saints Day it was, ruined the whole of the downtown area. To be fair, the display filled in some nagging gaps of the more recent history of Portugal, like the 36 year dictatorship under Salazar from 1932 – 68, and the largely peaceful overthrow of the right wing Republic by the army in 1974 (eh? Peaceful? By the army? How does that work?)
KK: Turns out Portugal was neutral in WWII which must have ...
... Tower was one of three defensive towers at the mouth of the Tagus River and it was from here that caravels set sail on their history-changing voyages of discovery, conquest, and trade. Set back from the river, the Jerónimos Monastery is the masterpiece of the defining style of architecture from that golden period – the 16th century. Named after the monarch of the time, ...
... of Jeronimos, which in addition to having more tour buses in one location than any attraction I have every seen, is also a giant, limestone church built in the late 15th century. The occupants of the tour buses soon joined us in the church, and notwithstanding its size, it quickly became claustrophobic so we didn’t hang around very long. However, we stayed long enough to see the tombs of Vasco da Gama, ...
... over 15%25). But despite current hard times it is still a charming and interesting place to visit, prices are very affordable and there are many interesting places to visit and things to do. A must within your first day is a ride on Tram Number 28, a little yellow tram (usually packed, if you are very lucky you'll get a seat) which takes you on a 40 minute ride throughout the city, up impossibly steep hills and narrow streets past old cathedrals, interesting old ...