Segunda means Monday, Who has a case of the Segundas?

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The sun shining, the temperature rising and several parks and kiosks were calling our names. Today was all about relaxing for a while at a park or miradouro and then moving to the next one.

Like Rome, Lisbon was built on seven hills. Fortunately, unlike Rome and more like San Francisco, the city planners developed a series of funicular railways to help get to and from the neighborhoods above the city. We walked up and down the hilly streets but we did take photos of the funiculars. We began our day in front of the Pharmacia restaurant which is also a museum of medical history.We headed down to the Mercado da Ribeira which is a mix of local fruit, vegetables and flower stalls on one side, and a food hall with a wide selection of restaurants, bars, and prepared foods on the other. We opted for some delicious croquettas…

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