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... by a follower of Gustav Eiffel to lift people
multiple stories above the Baixa to the Chiado neighborhood.
I spent my first morning and early afternoon in Lisbon in
Baixa and Rossio before climbing up to the Alfama for the rest of the
afternoon. By evening when I returned, the Baixa was more lively than ever. One
of the things I especially like is the storefront Ginjinha stands. Ginjinha or
Ginja is a very sweet cherry liqueur that’s popular ...
... through a tower to where you are on the Atlantic side of the castle and, pow! You get blasted by powerful winds that feel as if they will blow you right off the wall. Incidentally, there are no handrails and the side walls are very low, plus you are right on the edge of the mountain going straight down so any kind of fall would be...well let's just say my knees started sort of knocking. It is a very exhilarating place to be. The views are amazing, of course - over the town below and ...
... br> After this we went to an art museum where we viewed works from Jackson pollock, Rembrandt, Picasso, Dali, Warhol and so many more. It was a nice walk while we waited out the rain. After the museum we went to the award winning patisserie and joined the back of the line which was out in the street, not knowing what was inside, but knowing it must be good. And my-oh-my it was!! Best ever!!! Need to eat them all!! Seriously.... Why has this ...
... being at least 1 or 2 gnats prepared to greet me. At first I was mildly annoyed, though not excessively so, by their presence. I had expected to have a greater number of bugs in my personal space when I arrived in Europe so I cannot claim to have been surprised or disgusted by the perpetual visits by my creepy crawly friends. I actually began to think that it was uniquely European to learn to appreciate the presence ...
... on the day.
Se Cathedral- My first cathedral on my European excursion and it was beautiful. I only took one or two pictures because I was overwhelmed by the beauty of this building. Lighting a candle and praying was beautiful.
Castelo de Sao Jorge- This is the favorite thing I have seen in Lisbon. The hill at the site of the castle was used by the Romans and civilizations before them as a defensive stronghold however in ...