Our second full day in Lisbon is a rainy one, so we decided to spend the day on thesis work. We almost took our laptops to the technical university close by, but it just feels sooo cold (+14 celsius) that we rather stayed inside, wrapped in blankets and zipping
Turns out that my preparation for this trip is a complete joke: a suitcase full of tiny tops and shorts, when you actually would need warm wool socks, long pants and 3 sweaters. It’s not even that cold outside, but way colder inside the apartment. I don’t understand how do people manage the winters with cold floors and humid air, without any heaters?! Anyway, I’m not complaining – it’s still pretty and a change of scenery, and we’re on vacation!
Yesterday, on the other hand, we had a perfect first day: wandering around the city, finding a couple of cool viewpoint spots, tasting pastel de nata and chilling on a rooftop bar called PARK bar. We even went for a 10k run in the evening, which was a damn good workout considering the hills on which this city is built. I loooove it here, so colorful alleys and rusty romantic buildings.
Just wondering – how did people find all the cool places abroad back in the days without google maps or social media sites?