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We arrived at Lisbon and went to some flea markets it was a bunch of little stores.
And walked around to get to know our surroundings.
The second day we went to the shopping centre, it was so much fun for the first time,because we got toys and McDonald's.
We only went to the shops because ...
... and rolling. In the middle of the night Gen put out the flopper stopper which did help.
We wanted to head for Lisbon at half tide. Whilst waiting to set off two very thick fogs rolled in, which is something that is not uncommon this time of the year.
When there was a suitable visibility we lifted ...
... rules with small, cheap local airlines!
The flight was delayed for an hour and we finally arrived in Lisbon at 5:30, gaining an hour and we beat Jet Lag. We negotiated a 23 Euro Taxi voucher and the private taxi driver whisked us off in his Mercedes to Alfama, the ancient portion of Lisbon. How did he find our street??? He dropped us off about a block form our apartment and we were just hoping it was ...
... as it was known at the time. We could see back to the Jeronimus Monastery, and the 25 th April Bridge. This bridge was built in 1966 along the lines of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge and takes its name from the date of the 1974 Revolution (1 casualty only) when Portugal became a Republic. It is the second longest suspension bridge in Europe. Also visible was the 360 foot statue of Jesus Christ, this time based on the one in Rio de Janeiro. It was paid for by the women ...
... of the century that cars would replace carriages so she put hers into a museum. There are over 70 carriages in there, including one from 2007. They look likely to topple over, to me, no matter how decorated and gilded they are! One had a "potty" in the seat, likely used for motion sickness.
An Armenian oil tycoon sought refuge in Portugal ...