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... train to Madrid for Tuesday, arriving Madrid about 8 am Wednesday. We had been recommended an eatery called Pinocchio by our first Lisbon pension man, and we looked in the corner of the square and did not immediately find - there are many squares anyway, plus when we finally found it - Pinóquio - we saw why it did not immediately catch our eyes! Had to wait in a queue, but worth it. Fun. Finally....in a Starbucks purely for wifi and here we go try and ...
... water which may have been the best purchase of our
lives. I really liked the Padrao Dos
Descobrimentos, I think the concept of all the explorers pointing in the
direction of new lands is so interesting and the statue was so massive. We
traveled all the way to the top and got an amazing view of the ‘golden gate
bridge’ which is modeled after san Francisco’s and the ‘jesus statue’ which the
one in brazil was copied from. After we got ...
Well, arrived in Lisbon yesterday afternoon with pressure sores on my bum after nearly 20 hours in the air. The plane was packed with masses of Chinese people on a tour, most of whom spoke very little English so not much chit chat went down (for my part anyway haha). Beautiful sunny day. Got a taxi to my hotel, Residential Florescente, which is quaint and lovely, located on a pedestrian street in the old town with loads of cafés, museums, monuments, metro stations etc in ...
... because I knew that I would be exploring the historical Alfama district soon. We zipped past advertisements for Kentucky Fried Chicken and Justin Timberlake concerts.
A half hour later came my stop, Baixa. As soon as I emerged from steep tunnel out of the metro, a wave of comfort overcame me. It was sunny, and the sky was this piercing, unforgettable light blue that I had lived with while I studied in Aix-en-Provence. The weather was mild indeed. ...
... arrived waving napkins around and we were expected to join in and sing along so that was a bit different. Kids thought it was pretty funny. The show tonight was also Italian and was good although not as good when you dont know the music - except for "time to say goodbye". Straight to bed after show as we have to be up and ready by 7.30am for our tour into Casablanca - the earliest we will have been up so far so should be ...