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... the town’s culture is the earthquake of 1755. One of the first places we went on our first walking tour was Carmo plaza. At first sight this plaza has a dilapidated stone castle but upon hearing the history behind it you learn that it was the only church that hasn’t been restored since the 1755 earthquake. The earthquake devastated the city of Lisbon bringing with it tsunamis and three days of fires. ...
... God it hadn’t happened on the hair pin bends. The park had a solar heated, pond which turned out to be a swimming pool, complete with pond lilies, reeds and the noisiest frogs that leapt over us as we cooled down with a swim.
The next day, puncture sorted but sad to leave Portugal we crossed the border to spend the last week of our amazing year in the North of Spain en route to Bilbao to catch the ferry to Portsmouth. Our first stop was in a Nature ...
... After several pints of gin and tonic in enormous wine glasses, we managed to locate the missing birthday boy. Drug dealers, fado music, massive drinks, even bigger sunglasses, topless men and neon hats is effectively Barrio Alto by night. There are four narrow streets with several interconnecting streets and bars on every corner, incidentally they are all called Pedro street. One at a time we made it home ...
... piece. Mom purchased a painting from an artist in one of the courtyards that paints with coffee - expresso to be precise.
Lunch in one of the downtown bistros - paella, but not as good as the paella in Seville. across from us was a port store - can you see the prices on the bottles in the photo?
Back to the Hotel for a rest and then to Hotel Mundial for complimentary dinner (so so) and to redeem our taxi reciepts and a last walk about the streets of ...
... 100% on staff, cleanliness, and atmosphere. The only thing they could have improved on was the fact that they did not have air con in the rooms....the hottest sleeps We have EVER experienced. We did some site seeing the second day and cough maybe some shopping cough cough. Then we got ready for a ten euro dinner the staff set up at our hostel. All you can eat and DRINK for ten euro.....challenge accepted. It was such a great idea because ...
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