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... of My Lisbon Superhike (Por 050)
Cascais, January 7, 2013, Day 181
3 hrs, 1.7 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 24.7 kms
It's dark when I reach Cascais, and I really can't take the time to explore this city properly as I have an overnight bus to Madrid to catch. Just a quick strum in a garden area in front of an office building.
It's been a fun Superhike--with it's high moments and rather mundane stretches. I finally feel like I've done this great city ...
... week. It is always enjoyable for me to be near the water- I can’t help but think what it would have been like and how would I be different if I had grown up in a maritime town? I know so little of it.
We get home and I am pretty much ready for bed even though its only 7. It feels very late. I am eager to show and cuddle up for a little alone time to research what we need to do to get to our flight to Barcelona in the ...
... would do! Walked along the waterfront and then back home for a nap. Think we've finally caught up on sleep :)
Now it's Good Friday, and we thought about finding a church to go to, but ended up not going. Maybe Sunday. Allan wanted to find a procession to watch - but seems there aren't any! Will probably just go somewhere for lunch, and will head into Lisbon for the day tomorrow. Good just to be spending time with Sam & John. Hope all is well back home :)
... dipping sauces, tandoori, mint and mango, an assortment of appetizers that included (excuse my spelling and lack of proper names) samosas, pakora, Bhajti an onion thing and a breaded piece of spicy chicken. For our main course at the waiters suggestion was a spinach and paneer dish along with a very spicy lamb and tri colour pepper, onion type of stir fry, all scooped with the best naan bread. Tony had extra hot sauce and very hot little ...
... identify what the authentic People from Portugal look like. We have. Been told a traditional food dish is a dried salty fish served with potato called bachlova or something like that. Not sure if we are going to try it. We jump on the train and head out to Cascais, a little coastal town about half an hour away. It has been a beautiful hot sunny day, however it's just come over a little overcast which is a shame. ...