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... out and find a nice viewing place for the full moon but soon realized that the moon was behind the very tall mountain on which the castle was situated, so unless we were willing to climb back up to the top we would not be able to see it. Instead, we hopped back on the train to Lisbon.
On Tuesday we departed Lisbon on the train to go to Porto. We had no problem getting to the train station or onto the train and within about 3 hours we arrived in Porto. The day had gotten ...
... to answer a yes or no question with both yes and no, a way to circumvent having to make an immediate commitment.
How did this attitude come to be? I suppose that the history of Portugal has a huge role in this. One of the smaller nations of Europe, with just as long a history, Portugal has seen itself come and go as a world power. The Age of Discovery granted Portugal with riches and influence. Afterwards, Portugal declined into the small nation on the ...
The next morning Paolo arrived to drive us from Lisbon to our next stop – Seville, Spain. We had tried to take a train, but you had to go via Madrid; we tried ...
... more plazas, fountains, and old buildings. Lisbon was really relaxing and pretty especially with the bay right there. The city is a lot smaller than it looks, since the hills separate the little towns/suburbs of Lisbon. However, when we were looking out from St. George's Castle, the city went on forever. Then we took the subway back to the bus station, so we would be back in Fatima not too late. We still had to pack up, and get ready for the road trip back to Oviedo on Sunday.
... up steep narrow steps, luckily only to the first floor. The luggage had to be carried either in front or behind you. Looking out the window we face the Saint Engracia Church and the neighbourhood is nice and quiet. The problem is the Local elections are on the weekend,(Nationwide) well maybe not the election but the cars that are driven around the suburbs with loudspeakers on their roofs blaring out. When I say BLARING I mean it! Went for a ride on ...
Other places to stay in Lisbon
S. Nicolau, Lisbon | Hotelfrom $18
Anjos, Lisbon | 2 star hotelfrom $35
Coração de Jesus, Lisbon | 3 star hotelfrom $43
Coração de Jesus, Lisbon | 3 star hotelfrom $52
S. José, Lisbon | 2 star hotelfrom $43
Coração de Jesus, Lisbon | 3 star hotelfrom $71
S. Jorge de Arroios, Lisbon | 3 star hotelfrom $57
Rua das Janelas Verdes 92, Lisbon | 4 star hotelfrom $191
S. Jorge de Arroios, Lisbon | 3 star hotelfrom $33
Rua do Salitre 134, Lisbon | Hotelfrom $26