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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the town square where there was a humongous screen showing the World Cup soccer game. It was fun to see how excited and energetic everyone got, especially when Germany won in overtime.
Our last full day in Lisbon, we ventured on a train to the big beach called Cascais. The beaches were very small and were made even smaller by the quickly rising tides. We were forced to seek out high ground amongst concrete steps and rock ...
... on one of the Alfama's palm-shaded squares, then went back to our hostel to work and run and rest up for Helen's arrival, which we hoped would give us a bit of a spark, because we could tell that we were still flagging a bit under European city overload.
Helen definitely delivered. It was so wonderful to see her again, and her enthusiasm gave us all kinds of new energy; as soon as she showed up at ...
... innards, that's for sure! We ended up in Rossio Square, Lisbon's historic center, home to the National Theatre and various vendors, including a fellow roasting chestnuts over hot coals. The central transportation hub, Rossio Station, where we will leave from tomorrow, is just off the square. After some stressful moments trying to get money out of the ATM's here, we headed home to do laundry and prep to leave ...
... busses; ran through some of the most beautiful landscapes and towns; tried my hand at hitchhiking; travelled with random people in their cars through Blablacar; stayed with generous hosts though couchsurfing; visited the mecca of cricket, Lords; experienced repeated goose bump moments at packed football stadiums; finally mustered enough courage to get a tattoo; got over my hesitation to speak a new language; had meaningful conversations ...
... porteria (Portuguese bakery). Saturday night, however, we did go out for a nicer meal, and sat down to bread and olive oil, at a restaurant right on the main tourist street. The food was very good although portions were smaller than I'm used to. An accordion was being played out on the patio, and it felt like being in Italy if you ask me.
Sunday, our last day, was spent going to the tower of Belem, An ancient defensive tower built hundreds of years ...