Visiting Belem in Lisbon; Part 2

Journal entry from our #LisbonDiaries, September 4, 2017 Exiting the Belem Cultural Center, we walked to the main road facing the Tagus River and went to the left to look for the underground walkway that would take us to the other side. (That was where we encountered the working chihuahua.) You can’t cross the street because of the fenced rail tracks. […]

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Visiting Belem in Lisbon; Part 1

SECOND WIND TRAVELERS STARTED OUR PORTUGAL ITINERARY WITH BELEM DISTRICT BECAUSE THE MUST-SEE HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND INTERESTING SPOTS ARE SO CLOSE FROM ONE POINT TO ANOTHER. Kumbaga, tanawan lang. Mahirap maligaw. (1) THE JERÓNIMOS MONASTERY,UNESCO World Heritage. From a previous post you’ve learned why we did not enjoy the famous “pasteis de nata” in pastry shop, Pasteis de Belem. We […]

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