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... to a nearby beach packed with people for swims and sleeps in the afternoon.
Dinner is a unique affair. A local restaurant Adega Do Ribatejo are known for their traditional Portugese Faro singing. Men play 12-string guitars and our servers and cooks sing to us all throughout our meal. This type of singing is supposed to be very sombre and we do our best to remain quiet throughout.
... at a craft market. Also along the route were many very interesting statues.
Not a long wait for the train as it runs every 15 minutes. Our plan was to get back to Lisbon in time for a Fado Performance at 7pm. As we were heading for the show we got caught up in a small demonstration. We took one of the handouts and translated it when we got back to the hotel. It was basically to announce the call for a demonstration tomorrow at 3pm to ...
... I admit, my usually history knowledge is lacking when it comes to Portugal. I have no idea who lived in this castle, but I can tell you it was incredible. I felt like a princess in a fairy tale. It also sported a beautiful view of the city of Sintra.
Back in Lisbon, we visited the monastery of San Jeronimo, which sported one of the most beautiful churches I’ve ever seen, along with a patio in the center where we at and caught some rays. We went to the ...
... standard and even Scott is enjoying the new shows!! There is so much great atmosphere, unique shops and sights in Lisbon, which is a mix of everything old and new, that I didn’t want to leave to go back to the ship. I definitely want to come back here one day as this city has been the highlight of my trip so far and I am certain the rest of Portugal has a lot to offer too. Tomorrow we have a relaxing day at sea before arriving at Casablanca in Morocco, our first African ...
... that houses grand walls, imposing towers, magnificent cannons, cool courtyards and beautiful flowers. It also provides yet more vistas from which to appreciate the beauty of the city.
Our walk down from the Castle takes us past the no.28 tram route and on through the cute little backstreets of the Alfalma district, festooned with tinsel and lights for a party to come later in the week.
It seems everything is on offer in the maze of Lisbon's streets as a ...