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... I should get to it. Portuguese shellfish and rice (basically Portuguese Paella) and it was fresh and excellent. Also had a wonderful Vinho Verde and an almond torte - Optimo.
My Portuguese is holding up ok - and it has saved my ass a couple of times. But people here are as a rule so kind and good that if you are trying they warm up right away and help as much as possible.
I will post pics of Lisbon as I go ...
... Andy Wahol's Judy Garland and Brillo Box Tower, David Hockney and Jackson Pollock, Magritte, Miro and Max Ernst. Another must see is the fabulous collection of azulejo (tiles) at the Museu National do Azulejo housed in a beautiful old convent building. Tiles (blue ones especially) certainly define Portugal and this museum displays them in old cloisters though out the building. Inside is a very lavish Baroque church that includes tile scenes all around the ...
... and climbing the chalet boulders for stunning views of the palace. (This park was unreal.)
Finally, we descended the hill back into town to visit Quinta da Regaleira, another Neo-Manueline wonder. This manor, chapel and gardens complex was built by a ridiculously wealthy businessman from Brazil. The complex was otherworldly. The villa itself was astonishing, especially the hunting-themed dining room with ...
... but turned into a cathedral without destroying the Muslim elements. It’s fascinating to see. And on the whole, Cordoba may be a slightly more pleasant town. It’s a little less touristy, which is nice, and its river and squares and streets are all such pleasant places to walk around in and sit and eat and drink. Granada felt busier and bigger and more hectic, and we enjoyed walking around Cordoba more. Still, Granada’s setting under the Sierra Nevada ...
... in Europe? Aren't we in Europe? A brief period of panic comes into play.
A look is exchanged between Morgan and I as Caroline is making the best of her 15-minute free airport wifi searching for any possible solution to get us to Sorrento in time for class the next day. But we're twenty years old, we're young, we're single, we can afford to miss a day of class, we can afford to do something crazy. We ask around. We find a cheap flight to Lisbon, Portugal. ...