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... hills of Lisbon - (steep hills) met by wonderful views and very friendly happy people. We ate so well - food and drink is crazy cheap here - it was not unusual for 3 courses, wine and coffee to be under 20 euro - so of course we sampled many Portuguese specialities!! Particularly the pastel del nata (Portuguese tarts ... ...
... Fog delayed us 2 minutes. Ryanair is on time 90% of it. Quickly taxied into Lisbon. Old and worn, but character-filled. Hotel (guest house) lovely. Pity only for a day! Cobble stone streets abound; made from a quartz. Just back from dinner. Sonja had salted cod (local dish) and me a sausage dish made like a Dutch croquette. Run in the morning and to the villa around 2.00pm. Sonja wants to avoid the hills, so ...
On Sunday night we passed through security in Terminal 4 at JFK. Our Amex cards give us access to a couple hundred airport lounges around the world which seemed to be appropriate from time to time. Gee they serve food and drink for free. Wish we had known. Checked our e mail. Joe noticed he had "authorized" a charge on his PayPal account to "Sues Tits and Tats" for $1500 euros ($2614) What a good time (someone) ...
... had before....they were good! We must learn the art of Portuguese custard tart making... We are already pros in the art of Portuguese tart consuming.
We sought refuge from the storm in a train station to eat lunch, the got a coffee at the Starbucks (they are literally in every big city) so we could use their bathroom to wash our face and wake up a bit from no sleep.
The weather cleared up and the sun was out so we decided to walk to the castle. Halfway there it was teaming ...
... to the plane. I got confused on the bus and tried to get off and run back up to the desk. Turns out we were indeed supposed to be on the bus and I made a fool of my self running around like a chicken with no head. Oops.
The flight was short and we slept for most of it. When we got to Lisbon, Portugal we just kind of walked out of the airport. Then I panicked because we did not get an entry stamp into the country. It turns out that we did not ...