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... on TAP Portugal airlines and tossed our valuables in the second backpack to carry on. After some shopping and a coffee we made our way onto the plane. This time we were seated in row 12, the exit row. We have been continuously getting very lucky with our seating on these flights, from first class to Paris thanks to Mike Herman, to sixth row to Zurich, eighth row to Barcelona and now we we're in row 12. Not too shabby for a couple of Americans. The flight ...
... the town and exploring our area. The highlight of our day was when we stopped for lunch at a coastal restaurant. Our wait staff was overly eager to cut up our food and feed it to us and provided much entertainment. We barely managed to leave after tons of kisses on the cheek and even being carried around. It was a hilarious and crazy dining experience. That night we met up with our German friends and about a thousand other people ...
... restaurant with the four children fast asleep at the table. Not very becoming but you can't fight nature's urges. It was just as well that we were the only ones at the restaurant and had occupied all (!!) the tables.
Today, we plan to hop on a hop-on-hop-off bus and see more of Lisbon. There's a tram that passes outside our window (.. not very appreciated from about 6am in the morning) so we might hop on to that for a ride around town as well. The McMillans are ...
... old money" feeling. After getting settled, we ventured out for dinner, and neglected to grab a map from the front desk. We turned right out of the hotel, and somehow wound up in a pretty dicey neighborhood. We kept waiting for the next road to circle back around to where we started, but the funny thing about Lisbon is that the roads don't circle back around. We had forgotten this in the two years since we had ...
We arrived in Lisbon just before breakfast, after a nice, calm night for a change! Since it's quite a large city, we opted to go on an open-topped bus tour so apologies for some rather shaky pictures at funny angles! It was a strange mix of old and new, with brand new office block right next to derelict ones, grand monuments and old fashioned narrow streets. After a late lunch, the kids wanted to ...