Friday, August 2, 2013

Lisbon Oriente Train Station

Did you know that Lisbon's Oriente train station is as busy as Grand Central Terminal in New York?

Lisbon Oriente Station

On the train platform.

Books for sale inside the station.

My daughter looks like an alien standing in the inner gallery of the Lisbon Orient Station.

This is my Photo Friday link-up post at DeliciousBaby.com.

8 comments:

  1. Hi Sonja, thanks for visiting my blog and I am now following you on bloglovin and google friend connect! I am looking forward to getting to know you and your blog!
    The Lisbon train station looks so pretty!
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  2. Beautiful photos! I followed you back too :)

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  3. Thank you so much for coming by my little ol' blog! I am so jealous- I dream of travelling Europe! How fun!

    I am following back via GFC and Bloglovin!

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  4. How fun! Amazing to see the architecture of some places!
    Thanks for stopping by and following- got you back!
    JoDee
    www.atozformomslikeme.blogspot.com

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  5. Lovely pictures, OMG, it’s a quit big book stall in the station.

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  6. What a great piece of architecture and so unexpected for a train station. I never expected it to be that busy either or with those book stalls. I really hope to visit Portugal soon.

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  7. So glad you followed my blog, because it brought me to your blog (and your amazing, beautiful photos). I will be living vicariously through your adventures, I am sure. Thank you for writing!

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