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... all connected at Xapuri bistro in Lisbon. It was delightful. Great authentic -- I think --- tapas and great wine suggestions from very friendly staff. Renee picked the restaurant. It was near the water and we ventured the metro to find it. It was really not to difficult. In my experience, once you start finding your way on a trip, you quickly build confidence.
We stayed at Hotel Britania which is a lovely Art ...
... run down areas where you could feel the poverty. We found the HOHO bus a great way to tour the city especially with the English commentary that was provided. One thing we were not aware of was that Portugal was neutral during the Second World War, for religious reasons. You can see how religion is very important to them with the number of churches in the city. We got off the bus in the Belem area and viewed some monuments to Vasco De Gama. There was beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... ride was a lot shorter than we had expected.
We did some general sight-seeing before heading back to the Metro and a bus to get a main attraction of St Georges castle (Castelo de Sao Jorge). Believe me the rides at Dream-World come nowhere near the ‘thrills’ you get on a bus ride up and down the crowded narrow streets around the castle.
We saved money however by not going in the ...
... this spectacular cultural haven.
The tempo of the music sped up , and it was some of the happier Fado I had heard. To me, Fado is a less glorified version of Opera. The singers need insanely powerful lungs that allow them to flood the stone walls with their strong, passionate voices. I still didn’t have my drink, even though I had asked for it about fifteen minutes ago. In Europe, you take your time. Dining out is an experience, and ...