The Imperial Guesthouse
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... this evening was at A TRAVESSA, the former Bernardas Convent built in the 17th Century. Although we could choose our main course, there were seven appetizers served prior to that - a degustation menu. All were surprises: oysters, salad, clams, black pork, patè, goat cheese won ton.
Tomorrow we go the the Chiado region of the city to explore.
Traveling to Lisbon, Portugal turned out to be absolutely incredible. I have always had the desire to travel to Portugal, so when I saw a cheap flight I couldn't resist! I traveled here with my flatmate Christen, and my friend Cassandra who I met when I went to Cuba a few years back. We all flew out of Manchester on Halloween night, and got to our Lisbon hotel at about 1 am. Saturday morning we got up early and headed out ...
... by that of the famous Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco and the inexpensive Alfama area where sitting outside a typical Portuguese bar we were entertained by the local wino’s dancing on the green and sampled some fine wines and port in a very trendy Barrel bar.
During the weekend we sampled probably the best and the worst cuisine, the worst was Sean’s meal a strange concoction of meat floating in watery, dark gravy, with a runny egg on ...
... us, we headed to the lobby to meet our new friends (from High Point University in North Carolina) feeling just a tad bit sleep-deprived.
After getting a little nap on the 45 minute highway drive to Sintra, we arrived in the small historic town feeling slightly rested and ready for the day. For the next 2 hours, we toured the small town and surrounding gardens, learning the history of the town and hearing the various historic myths. After a small taste ...
Starting the day early, I left Porto with a goodie bag of fruit (sadly, 7:00am was too early for any form of breakfast…), and headed off for the four hour trip to Sintra via Lisbon.
The ride in was fairly unremarkable except for a gang of loud malcontent teens joining the journey half way. The Sintra line is famous for this- and they carried out yobbo behavior with a deft, and I think much practiced skill (largely involving approaching older tourists and making animal ...