Tram Nº 28

Lisbon, Portugal

 The famous Tram Nº 28 winds its way through all the picturesque and historic districts of Lisbon. It takes on some pretty steep inclines too. I originally thought it was a cable car, but its a 1930’s wooden street car, bumpy and crowded.

Nostalgic as it may have been we chose to walk. We wandered through the Alfami arabian district and down to the waterfront. I much prefer exploring the narrow walkways and stairs that lead you past homes and shops – shops that sell cold water to tired and thirsty tourists, too!

About Wayne to the Max

Active writer, dancer, traveler, Christian and father, aviation enthusiast, photographer, music lover and a DJ, hiker, Harley driver and fine wine drinker. My digital photo artist page: www.WayneToTheMax.com
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