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... More lovely centro storico, and another church atop a hill - Nossa Señora des Remedios - with many steps leading up for penitents to ascend. Next, lunch at a wonderful restaurant right on the Douro. Miguel knows all these people, and tells stories about them, and background. Then up the river a bit further to a lovely little town, Pinhâo which is in a curve of the river, and on a train line that runs along it. There are several dams along ...
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 ...
... energy to visit the Jardim Botanico Tropical. It was a typical botanical garden with ducks, palm trees, and pretty flowers, but there were random pieces of art, such as an oversized pair of black binoculars laying on the grass. It was not crowded until I reached the peacock area. Peacocks make the strangest noise. They are gorgeous creatures, but their calls make them sound as if their feathers are being plucked. "Ooooow!" I kept hearing the male screech. ...
... was the bill which was 35 euro pp we had asked 3 times for the 15 euro set menu. Reluctantly paid up and took revenge by posting critical review on travel advisor warning people that they are rip off merchants. The. Went to most westerly point of Europe. Very windy and cold. Looked a lot like the most easterly point of Australia. Down the the Portuguese Rivera. Very small beaches and no waves. Had a paddle ...
... it was likely to be quite good! We then went to the Patriarchal de Lisboa in the centre of the town, this was yet another brilliant church interior, but unfortunately the cloister consisted of bobcats and digging instruments, as archaeologists were digging up the ground looking for things that may be of interest. The church must have survived in 1755, as most of Lisbon was destroyed by the worst recorded earthquake in Europe, on All Saints Day in 1755.
As we concluded ...