America Diamonds Hotel
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... that are transporting people up the hills (stolen from Asia). I wasn't overly stoked on how they had copied other cities and didn't really have any monument of their own, but nevertheless it is a lovely city with a great nightlife, amazing custard tarts and fantastic people, so naturally I had a great time here. It's funny who you run into on the other side of the world. I actually ran into 2 people I recognised from the Central Coast who had done almost ...
... sea motifs evocative of that time of world exploration at sea.
Our last stop included a walking tour through the Alfama district, the oldest neighborhood of Lisbon. We wandered through the narrow and steep streets down to the river, peeking into old alleys and tiny shops, and admiring the wrought iron balconies and white washed walls with old tile panels.
I have to confess that the BEST thing that ...
... was already a line when we got there so we waited on the pavement for about 20 minutes before getting in the door. It was a strange little place with a huge variety of seafood available. Yes, Jamie was even keen, her likeness for seafood slowly growing. It had very basic tables and décor with busy waiters rushing everywhere. We had a little table on the side and sat and watched as everyone around us smashed crab claws, sucking out prawn brains and trying to choose from ...
... today because there were a lot of different things going on all at once. In the main waterfront square, a huge screen was set up and hundreds of people were watching the Soccer World Cup. In a few other courtyards, stages were set up for huge concerts as part of a huge music festival called Picnic. Then there were anti-government demonstrations as well as a gay/lesbian pride parade. We passed all of this on the way to and from dinner. Till ...
... and South Asia. I couldn't even pretend to ignore this fact.
I headed toward Belem Tower, and passed a man with three fishing poles laid out on the water's edge. He oversaw the operation with a stout expression and hands behind his back. His wife stood next to him, providing moral support. I finally made it to The Tower several minutes later after passing a park full of Chamomile-like flowers. The Tower looked more like a Castle and was out in the ...