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thinking we would check out the party and then make our way to a club but that
never happened. There was 1 euro sangria, 1 euro shots, restaurants opening
their doors, DJ’S – IT WAS EPIC! We had so much fun and literally danced the
night away. We did the macareana in the streets of Lisbon and had the best
street meat I have ever tasted. We were told that it was the best place to be
in Portugal that night- and we were living on the ...
... for a lock from the front desk to safely store my things (you cannot fit EVERYTHING inside a money belt), I headed back outside. I was exhausted, but I could not wait. Despite the five hour time difference, I knew that I could not succumb to jet lag and that I had to continue my day as I would any day.
After buying my cheap, yet sturdy, five euro Roy Bon sunglasses from a pair of South Asian men down the street, I headed down to the sun-soaked ...
... Crossed road to xxx – sphinx like and then tracked to belem tower watched football and sat in park. Walked across by the overhead bridge to private arts museum – free – well-kept and flea market then to maritime museum. Good ship collections – vasco da gama and francizes alburque – Indian and Melaka connection. Passed monastery to the famous Belem Pasteire shop – long queue for it though it moved fast. We bought Pastel ...
Am I a literary tourist? I wouldn't say so since not far at home, I hadn't visited Alice Munro's Wingham, yet. However, an article on Jose Saramago's oak tree once drew my attention to Portugal. As the saying goes, "I live the surprise result of old plan." Fortunately, I had not missed this oak tree re-planted in front of Saramago's museum in Lisbon. Reading Saramago's portrayal of his hometown would ...
... one. Had we not filled up there would have been a charge of €100, double what the fill up cost. That was also done quite easily and quickly.
Dropped the car off and went to check-in. We were unable to do an electronic check in and bag drop so queued for a short time to be told that we would be waitlisted but that our chance of getting on was quite high. The airline (Iberian) was very apologetic and went to great lengths to tell ...