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Beside the charming single carriage tram, the rich and sweet egg custard tarts, Lisbon attracts tourists with its architecture style that is a mixture between Gothic, Baroque, and Neoclassicism. Taking a walk around Lisbon is to weave your way into narrow alleys that barely fit two people holding hands, to gaze at colourful houses cascading on the hills, and to admire churches and stations with entrance that is finely carved.
Most of all, don’t forget to look down, because Lisbon is full of streets and pavements with artistic mosaic patterns.
Bài viết tiếng Việt: Phải lòng Lisbon (Phần 2)
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Lisboa, A Cidade das Sete Colinas – Lisbon, the city of seven hills
Stepping out of the plane, I could not hold myself back from exclaiming “Oh this is perfect!” when I felt the cool breeze passing. Seriously though, comparing to the gray gloomy weather in Paris, Lisbon’s weather was heavenly. The afternoon sunlight was the colour of honey, the sky was as clear and as blue as it could be, the kind of weather that was not too cold nor too hot, just perfect for my family’s plans of visiting the city. This beautiful start of the trip made me that much more excited for my last trip of 2016.
Bài viết tiếng Việt: Phải lòng Lisbon (Phần 1)