Pouso dos Anjos
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... of those cities where these tours are good value for money and a very good way of getting between the three of four distinct "tourist zones". So I treated myself to a 48 hour ticket on the Lisbon Sightseeing buses. They have 3 lines; 1 to the castle area, 1 up to the zoo and the newer "Parque de Nacoes" area and 1 out to Belem (more on this later). There are a couple of other companies so be wary that you try to get on the right bus!
... overlooking the city and spent over an hour wandering about the site. Working our way back to the bus stop we did not know when the next bus was due so we decided to rest our feet, eat a few Portuguese snacks and drink some more sangria! The sangria was all gone before the next bus showed up!
The group dinner was at the hotel tonight and we leave in the morning for Fatima and Porto where we will board our boat and begin our cruise on the Duoro River.
Today was my first bus ride, it was a little of a hike to the bus station as it was a public holiday (Spain loves a day off). I got my ticket and then had about a 2 hour wait at the station until my bus left.
The bus ride was quite nice, travelling through an really hilly area with bridges from the top of one hill to the next, I had a window seat next to a Aussie guy who had just been to a two week sky diving course ...
... wouldn’t have been Carl’s choice, but he enjoyed it nonetheless! We also had the opportunity to visit the Higher School of Decorative Arts Museum and the Institute of Arts and Crafts Center, where master craftsmen restore and reproduce fine furniture and furnishings, as
well as those specializing in leather carving, book binding, gold leaf decoration,
antiques and, of course, tiles painting.
... 2000 sunrises since the Animal and the Lumix first courted. An event that deserved grand celebrations and so the two segwayed their way to a delightful sunset dinner on the River Targus.
So the quest came to a conclusion and the 7 parted ways until Mallorca.
Only so much can be told through written word, more moments were captured on the photos that follow taken by Andrea on her trusty Lumix. Thank you for capturing so many ...