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... then had to stop at the very famous Casa Pasteis de Belem, the birthplace of our newly beloved pastel de nata custard pies.
After lunch we were ready to head back to Lisbon. We ended up waiting and waiting for the tram, and when one finally came, it turned out not to go all the way back to Placa da Figueira, but dropped us off a bit before. We decided to just walk our way back to the Baixa area (about 15 minutes), and by late afternoon were back at the ...
... to stop and take photos whenever we want, plus the car is so damn easy to park we can fit anywhere it's awesome!! Maybe we can buy one for mildura hahahahahaha!! ;-)It got to about lunchtime and it told us about a bakery which is famous for the Portuguese cream cakes...so we find a park and head into the store. There is always a big que out the front - but the secret is to actually have them there as they have plenty of tables inside. Although cos we arrived at lunch, ...
... the dangerous possibility of future quakes.
After touring the city, we drove over the Tagus River bridge, built by the same guys who built the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and past the big, famous statue of Jesus Christ with his arms stretched out (there are others in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Lima, Peru, and lots of other South American cities). Once you cross the bridge, you’re not in Lisbon anymore. You’re in a ...
... and finished them in two minutes. They were decent, but not exactly everything I thought that they would be. This weather was still milder and warmer than the windy Boston "Spring" I was used to. I was still tired from the jet lag but hopefully, I thought, I could get it together and develop a decent mealtime schedule. Wearing sunglasses just wasn't cutting it, honey!
Mmm, it smells like meat on a skewer. I feel like these Europeans are about to ...
... decent prices. We have the place to ourselves, partly due to the weather but also due to the fact that it's only about 6:30, that's barely past lunch for the locals! Our waiter brings us out the 'daily platter' loaded up with fish to pick our dinner we decide on a 'Big Eye Red', I not sure but I don't think that's the scientific name but is an apt description. We also have to choose our 'challenge' appetizer. By that I mean something neither of us has ever eaten before and came ...