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... and benefits. This system of charity provided by the church and the elite probably worked tolerably well through the 1920s, as long as Portugal remained a rural and Roman Catholic society. But urbanization, secularism, and large-scale impersonal organizations rendered the old system inadequate.
Salazar came about with a cooperative system but was not significantly better than the system of the church and did not provide for all spaces of society ...
We walked around the shopping area close to our property which we have been avoiding from Day I. We bought some gifts, postcards and picked a small cafe to have some brunch. Hot soup and cold beer sounds weird but my favorite!
We packed our bags, cleaned up the room and checked out from the house. Just like check in, check out has been a breeze too. We drove from there to grab some ...
... the plane and who were under canopy. One of the tandem instructors had a problem with his main chute so he had to cut away the main chute and pull the reserve. Not exactly something you want to see right before you jump. My instructor was the one who had to cutaway and he had a fun time making up jokes about the incident before we jumped. Thank you SO much for going out of your way to make me feel comfortable. The jump was from over 13,000 feet and ...
... Air Europa to Lisbon was cancelled, with no explanation. We got on a flight 6 hours later. We did manage to reach our apartment hosts, Gabriella and Sergio, to let them know of our late arrival. Would have been easier if we had had a local SIM card already installed to enable local calls.
We arrived Lisbon around 7, just as the sun was setting over the city. Beautiful! Taxi to Barrio Alta apartment (St. Peters Balcony) to be met by Gabriella.
... the Cathedral, but she starts at ten euros and we refuse to go above four. She offers us a totally different type of scarf saying I could have this one for four, but I don't like these ones. She lets us walk away so obviously what we offered was just too low. Actually, she must have just been having a really good day with sales because when we get back on the bus we see the same scarves outside a shop for two euros!
Next stop Is the Belem Tower and then walk along the promenade ...