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1453. Picking up the Pace (Por 047)
Carcavelos, January 7, 2013, Day 181
1 hr, 2.0 kms
I work my way down to the valley, stopping for another meal of delicious Portuguese grilled chicken take out. Down towards the coast is another town of Carcavelos, where there's cozy garden park down in the narrow valley--this one has more of a neighborly feel... nice place for a short pause.
1454. Quick Concert under a Tree ...
... busy, and we were certainly hoping so. However, as the night progressed, our attitude changed. Brian had had to park the car in a crowded street about a five-minute walk from the hotel, and as he went to collect it and move it somewhere closer, he realised this would be impossible. Darkness was falling and people were arriving in their thousands. He was lucky to have fluked the car space that he did, and all the blocked roads meant that he wasn't going anywhere. Then, ...
... Rose. The 2" white flower has red dots in the center. It's flower is not fragrant but the leaf is sticky so the French use it in making perfume. There are also bright red sweet pea flowers which I don't know is edible or not.
Along the way, we stopped by differ towns to visit Romain ruins and aqueducts. The aqueducts were 3 story tall. I wondered why they didn't just dug a ditch to bring the water down from the mountains. It ...
Glad to have finally arrived in Cascais after that long flight, which we managed to survive, albeit with swollen ankles and not much sleep. Came through customs in Lisbon airport expecting to see Sam & John waiting for us, but no! We only gave then 36 hours to be there.... but they missed the train, and we had to wait another half an hour until they turned up! I think we're just being prepped for all of the hours waiting for trains and connections that are still ahead of ...
... buildings have been replaced with a Palace
that is now a hotel. The guard path is open to visitors to have a look, so I
followed it around. I came to a corner with lawn and palm trees and no one else
around, so I sat and read my book for a while. This was just beautiful.
Heading back alone the coast I continued to
find a nice spots to stop for a while and read and then move on to another spot