Unusually more expensive than assumed for being Portugal. Groceries, rent, and restaurants are similar to US (except the cheaper places you can seek out with a bit of searching)
The bus system is frustrating, to keep it mild. Busses are never on time (I waited 30 minutes once), especially on the smaller streets. Confirmed this with locals. Busses look different which causes confusion because you have to wave at them to stop for you. To refill your card, a machine will read your card, but will not be able to recharge it. Trains and metro are on time.
Hot during the day (30C/80F) and cold at night (sometimes windy) (15C/60F), most nights
Super, super windy
No cooking instructions on packaged items you buy from the grocery store
Portuguese Keywords and Phrases
Bon dia — good morning
Eu gost de voce — I like you
Oi/Hola — Hi
Como estas- How are you? (not Estas bem as google indicates)
ObrEgado (Obregada if woman saying it)-Thank you
Colisensa- Excuse me
Known For: Yellow Tram Number 28, Cristiano Ronaldo, Bacalhau à bras
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I choose the items below as they’re generally available everywhere. Thus, easy for comparison. The prices reflect the cheapest option given my standard. In any estination you can find slightly cheaper prices if you wanted to sacrifice convenience (ie going to local market or out-of-town grocery store).