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... raining really heavy.
On the last day we went to the Palace of Regalia.
There was a main house, gardens, tunnels in the ground going everywhere around the palace.
There was unfinished wells which were really deep into the ground.
There was a big pond and heaps of ducks in the water.
... headed for Lisbon. Once in the river as the two channels met we were very nicely pushed at one stage 9knots along.
We moored in the main marina not far from town and then headed off and explored Lisbon - it's just great - full of atmosphere, history, interesting architecture and most of all great restaurants.
... place. Joan, our host greeted us and we checked in to his apartment which is over his home. It is amazing!!!
We showered, dressed and went for a walk thru the maze of alleys and steps, getting lost a few times. Had dinner at Sao Miguel D'Alfama Restaurant which features Fado music. Susan had pork and clms and Joe Pork and Chestnuts
It was quite an adventure finding our way back home. What a relief. ...
... in thanksgiving for Portugal’s neutrality in the Second World War. Finally we were driven to Commercial Square. This faces the river and in fact the side of the square adjacent to the river is open, so the square has three sides. There is an impressive triumphal arch leading to the Rua Augusta previously inhabited exclusively by gold and siver smiths. In the centre of the square is a statue of King Joseph the first riding a horse. Because the horse, made of bronze went ...
... Second World War and as a thank you, he donated his personal art collection to the country. It is now the most major museum in Portugal, with items like roman coins, furniture from Versailles, paintings by Rembrandt, vases from Ming dynasty and ancient Greek sculptures. What size would his house be to display even a portion of all that?