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... of my room!
Also in the Alfama neighbourhood, I discovered steep stairwells that just go everywhere! but then eventually go either up to the hilltop monument or lead in some way back down to this one part of the foreshore. It is small, little and very much like a maze. Kids were laughing and playing around every corner, tourists were wandering past snapping photos and locals carried on building cardboard bars or smoking sardines, which by the way you can ...
... whereby those attending were recognized for their Mariner status. We were recognized for our 4 * status and had our picture taken with the Staff Captain and Hotel Manager, drinks were served as well as some tasty hors d’ourves. As we exited the celebration and we went out on deck just in time to hear the banshee wail of the open girders of the suspension bridge that spans the Tagus river. The “wail” was predicated by the high ...
... France the next day. We were similar in our unfamiliarity with the cold. If you think Tasmania is cold, my friend I have news for you! So I went shopping with him to buy a few warmer jackets for France. Actually, It'll be nice that he'll probably be in France this year, so I'll have a friend. And someone who might be able to help me with jobs if I need one :) and I'll just have a friend, which makes me happy. So then we just had some quiet time at the hostel. My hostel is a bit dead!! ...
... or not. In the end we decided that it wasn't going to work in our favour as we weren’t seeing enough of the sights covered by the pass.
We decided that since it was a nice day after all (the forecast had been for rain all day), we should start with the walking tours described in our book. We set off and caught the funicular up a steep, tiny street to a nice viewpoint over the city. We could see the castle on the hill in the distance and church spires poking ...
Chance for a sleep in and the clocks went back one hour. This morning is an easy morning for breakfast in the restaurant and ease the morning away having my hands cleansed by one of the ladies on board at the Gran Bazar that was on up on deck 13. My hands have never felt so smooth. I know Ingrid my wife enjoyed the pampering a lot more than I did.
We entered the Tagus River at around 11:30 am and made our way up the channel to arrive into Lisbon at 1pm. We passed under bridge ...
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