Espahotel Plaza Basilica
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... of traffic due to the Monday morning commute. We arrived at my destination cerca de Conde Casal a little before 9:00 and the doorman just happened to be sweeping the stoop as I stood there with my big backpack, suitcase and small carryon wondering how I was going to get in touch with Beatriz to let her know I had arrived early. He knew right away that I was looking for Beatriz and showed me how to use the buzzer to call up to 3A. ...
... no ice because I was honest when given too much change. Between the nerves of packing and leaving everything I have known for 31 years and the caffeine level, by about 11am, I was shaking and borderline frazzled. Then, I started to really pack and then frustration was added to the mix of emotions. When I mock packed the week before, I thought I had everything in and it all fit within limits of the weight requirements. Now that I was doing it for real, EVERY THING WAS FALLING APART! ...
our entrance into Lisbon- and went to the same café as yesterday for breakfast.
Cheap cafes are our favourite and we had the most perfect breakfast again.
After breakfast we took a taxi to ‘FOZ’ although our cab driver was slightly
shady. He didn’t say anything the entire way and just dropped us off on the
side of a street near the ocean. At first we didn’t think anything of it
because it was so stunning. The beach ...
... rooms full of the china and serving sets of the royal household. Some of it was very beautiful, but I've now seen quite a bit of different sets of China at Value Village, and I'm wondering what the major difference is? Sure, it's 'real' gold or silver on the edges, I suppose, and yes, most of the cheap stuff you don't get with the insignia of the king and queen of Spain on it, but still. You can't really tell by the design if it's a nicer style ...
We breakfasted at a cafe just down from the hotel. Euro 7.50 for two much cheaper than euro 16 for one and more character and atmosphere. Then it was off for a late morning burst of Chinese culture courtesy of the terracotta army. The ones in the glass cases were real but the rest were replicas we assume. Interesting 90 minutes. We had decided we'd seen enough palaces and churches. No doubt if you started a ...