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... to report the mugging. The process was painfully slow and made slower by the fact the victims were far too drunk to remember what had happened.
We ended up in an Irish pub to watch the football, which was absolutely indistinguishable from your average O'Neill's, even down to the staff and clientele, our stag do friends from the plane were unsurprisingly there. We said our farewells as three of us headed to the airport.
... decided to try another starter, which was chilled golden delicious apple soup dusted with cinnamon. That was basically slightly watery applesauce so I really enjoyed that, it seemed slightly sweet for a starter though.
I had pork loin for my main while Graeme had steak Diane. We both enjoyed our mains. Graeme had a berry crumble for dessert while I had a coffee cream mousse. Both were ...
... It was still cool to see, it was like a huge flee market. And the tram was one of the most intense things ever. They call Lisbon the city of 7 hills and I can tell why. This tram ride was up and down hills and very crickity. Do you know the ride at Valley Fair with the old fashion cars? It was like that, if you just let it hit the tracks, it jerks you around. Also, if cars were on the tracks, we would have to wait for them to move and ...
... an archeological dig and museum. It has breathtaking views of the city and of Alfama, the city's medieval village-like neighbourhood. It lies at the highest point in the Alfama and was begun in the 6th century. It has 5 towers, Tower of Keep, Tower of Ulysses, Tower of St Lawrence, Tower of the Cistern and Palace Tower. There are three gates in the walled area, the Moniz Gate is associated with the legend ...
... won't be short of dining establishments that please your tastes. For coffee lovers, there are Starbucks (yay Harold Shultz fellow NMU alumni)! Yet there is Cafe A Brasilia an ancient place that was the Starbucks of the 19th century and early 20th century and still goes strong today outside the Baixa/Chiado station and blanketed by tourists and street performers. Lastly it is so good I have to mention it twice, Pasteis de Belem and its pasteis de la natas (egg custard) that is take a seat ...
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