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... We stopped, pretending to look at something. She lingered for a while, then, because we were watching her, she slowly wandered off. Not knowing if we were just being paranoid, we continued on our merry way but were slightly unnerved by the dark vibes that we’d just felt. We walked to the large white arch at the end of the shopping street – this opened to a magnificent square with an enormous monument in the ...
... coloured buildings with terracotta roof tiles … ancient, pretty, and fantastic view.
Under the large bridge in the wind, the flags on the Royal Princess flapping so hard they sounded like people clapping.
Back down to our cabin to review the photos and reduce the size ready for uploading - I managed to do this for our Vigo port of call before dinner - yay
We handed in our signed forms to the Head Waiter re: our ...
On leaving the Astoria we made our way down town on the Metro having spent an age working out the ticket machines to the Praca do Commercio where we visited the Lisboa Story Centre which gives an excellent rundown of Lisbon's history, and a very rich one it is. An hour and a half later....
Found the main rail station and a very helpful staff member with whom we booked the overnight tickets through to Madrid on the train, with sleeper and bathroom, dinner ...
... minute, not really thinking about the crowd being five or six deep by that time, then spent a long stretch of time wandering up and down the street harbouring some irrational hopes of suddenly discovering two empty front row spots that everyone around had missed, or had recently seen a homeless man urinating on just before we arrived. Nonetheless, it never happened and we ended up settling for a spot standing on the cement wall rising up from an underground parking ...
... crevice under my bunk, and dreading the loss of an hour’s sleep aboard the return train. But, Spain would have its own rewards, particularly in terms of pork.
[Erik Lang is author of “The Year of the Human Being” a travel blog based on a true story about exploits on a trip around the world. He has struggled to keep up with his entries lately. Stay tuned for his next installment from Spain entitled “Hambrosia: Ham of the ...
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