The Imperial Guesthouse
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... and his son. Salazar eventually took over and ruled as a dictator until 1968. A close friend of Mussolini and Hitler some called him a Facist. He kept Portugal out of WWII by declaring it neutral and then trading with both the English and Germans in Wofram, a metal used in making tanks. In 1974 there was a revolution which restored democracy called the Carnation Revolution because only 2-4 people were killed and the soldiers ...
... tiled market for deep fried, sweet smelling chicken and chips..... Each day we throw open the windows and the warm day creeps into the house. The cupboards are clean and the floors glossy from mopping. Yesterday we hacked the weeds out of the drive and barrowed debris off the patio. The front of the house is delicately planted with aged vines that hang with small green beads and plump hydrangea whose glamorous blooms are now faded and spotted by the ...
Salamanca. OMG. walking among the buildings of one of the oldest universities in the world. The architecture and culture of the institution was overwhelming. Afterwards we sat in the huge Plaza (reminded me of st Marks square in Venice) and enjoyed a very good bottle of white wine with another Couple.
Wednesday 21/5. On the road south towards Lisbon. A visit to Fatima first to see the shrine and have ...
... we wanted to see the tile museum. Lisbon, all of Portugal actually, has some amazing tile work around on the walls and even the streets. It’s really quite detailed in someareas. The walk took us into industrial areas and you can really see the effect of the 2008 GFC on Lisbon. Closed shops and factories everywhere. There is supposedly a high rate of theft and pickpockets but I’ve not seen or experienced any of it so far. The museum was quite impressive ...
... map with me this time and I walked up to the information desk and asked for
directions. They told me I had to go to terminal 2 arrivals. Once I walked around 20 minutes to this location I realized that those frikking information desk people hadn’t looked at my map properly and had just directed me to a random post office when I needed the place where my package was at. So after more wandering I realized I had to take a bus to the ...