3k Madrid Hotel
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... and saw the sun set. Amani and Arabia broke it down with some dance moves to a local musician’s classical guitar music and we then walked around the city until around 11pm. The night atmosphere was really great, as were the pastries we stopped to eat on the way back to the hotel. Three of the girls found a selfie kiosk and after some struggles, figured out how to take their picture.
We travel to a new city tomorrow – Algarve.
... reassuring, but, we arrived at the address before midday, as arranged. Number 93 it said on the confirmation. There was a shop at number 93. And was that surly looking man loitering outside the shop our Luiz? We approached him to ask his name and he broke into a broad, disarming smile, laughing that he was on the lookout for people with luggage (we do travel light).
KK: Apart from being the exact address we had been given, this tiny shop couldn’t also be ...
... stick out from the green of the trees. There were even Sequoia’s that came from Oregon. We walked back down the hill from the palace through the gardens which are quiet beautiful – many fountains and ferns and large boulder that seem to have been dropped randomly in place.
Back to town for some lunch, then walked over to the Quinta da Regaleira in the pouring rain. Have you ever tried to share an umbrella with Brad? It’s not ...
... the masters, as well as tiles, carpets and tapestries, and Lalique glass and jewels. Also incunabula - new word meaning "books printed, not written before 1500," and he had a collection of beautifully illustrated sacred books and bibles. Not really enough time to look properly as we had to catch a bus. Continued the tour and finally got back to camp. Windy and noisy. Sunset shots of the bridge and statue. More rain in the night but ...
... cost something like 5€ including a trip to the salad bar. Such a good, cheap dinner.
The next day we tossed up whether we would go to Sintra up in the mountains or out to Belem, which is the traditional leaving point for all of the famous Portuguese explorers. Ana suggested we do Belem first and then go to Sintra on our final day if we still felt like it. So we duly hopped on a tram and headed North to Belem, which is based on the Portuguese word for Bethlehem. ...