Palacete Chafariz D'El Rei
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the man who designed the Golden Gate Bridge. Secondly, the hills in Lisbon are steep. We also learned the legend behind the big hills here. They say there are 7 hills in total. Thirdly, they have trollies.
We visited so many places...too many to mention.
We raced back home, freshened up and had a wonderful meal at Peter's sisters again. I'm being spoiled with the Portuguese ...
... lucky enough to grab one of those tables and had an amazing dinner, with incredible views! Lisbon proved to be a very unique and beautiful city! It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful cities I have ever been to, and was a very good experience! What did I eat?? Street side sandwich at the food market! Was a very good first meal experience in Portugal! Seafood Paella, was filled with prawns, ...
... a lake and as we walked around the lush green park surrounded by a range of craggy hills we heard what sounded suspiciously like an elephant. We looked more closely at the fence, and saw that it was electrified and then we saw ten baby elephants following each other in a circle in the distance, and after that we noticed the Bison drinking from a watering hole. We have stayed in some amazing free places but this place was the biggest surprise of all. The ...
... friends, making our long way back "home" to Freiburg.
After spending the night in Brussels Airport (I'll spare the details on that, as this is already a long post), we finally arrived back in Freiburg on Tuesday afternoon. Realizing I now have less than 20 days left in Europe, I am wishing time to slow down forever or start reversing... With only 2 more Eurotrips left and one last week in Freiburg, here's to making this dream last forever!
... in Belem one hawking of goods and purchased with pleasure a couple of bracelets because this young man was pleasant, spoke many languages and his Italian was superb. Tony loved it. For a few Euros, we also liked the product. It was amazing how fast he tied them on to our wrists and knotted them tight! There are musicians, not many, who play in the streets. One young man, again in Belem was playing the accordion, his new puppy showing off his trick. I could not resist tossing in a ...