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... nights in Èvora, we hop on board the bus and make a quick trip to the Lisbon Airport to pick up our rental car. Free wheelin' again we head straight out of town to our destination of Porto. In Porto we find beautiful tiled streets with elaborate designs too narrow for motorized vehicles. With the little car hidden away in an alley, we rent bikes and ride along the river to the beach. We sip coffee in roadside cafés and watch the tram rattle by inches from our table. We ...
... pilve taha, kohale jõuab maru Inglismaalt. Keerutab lehti tänavalt vastu nägu ja ajab juuksed sassi. Siirdun Koomilise Ooperi eilset uut kava hankima, oma jätsin Kristiina Poskaga kohtumise paika. Saangi uue, sest just algab päevane etendus. Koju iluuund tegema, sest ees on suur kontsert Filharmoonias. Ma armastan seda maja ja otsustan olla kohal varem. ...
... time. He seems to be keen to get some snaps for a souvenir.
i may have misjudged the InterNations group. After the tour through the art gallery I sat down with them for a beer and they turned out to be a pretty interesting bunch of people and by no means all that English oriented.
Besides the Russian speakers there was also a pretty interesting German speaking woman who lived in Barcelona and spoke Catalan plus a ...
... br> There's something about the matter-of-factness of these signs that gets me. The Germans lived with this for years.
Café Tasso, my goal for today's walk. It's mainly a coffee shop but there are a huge number of books inside - and out. At first I thought they had no foreign language books at all but they directed me downstairs where there was a whole extra subterranean section with more books than upstairs. How much per book? €1! ...