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This morning we woke to find out that Andie Bruce, (yes our lovely niece!) was flying into Lisbon from London, for a music festival this very day, the same day we are leaving for Lisbon. How cool is that? We are looking forward to catching up with her.
We left Coimbra by train around 9.30am bound for Lisbon. That was a two hour journey and after we had Metroed and walked to our hotel it was about 1.00pm. Our ...
... and play dates in the park. It was really cool to experience their laid back and happy lifestyle. I don't know how you could be sad living there!
Sunday I went to the local markets, it was a bunch of junk but so cool to see all the different pieces. Then I made my way to the monastery on the other side of town. On the bus ride there I met an older Belgian couple that spoke French with me and invited me to stay with them if I ever find myself in Belgium ...
... favs- I come to find out later ( I am writing this after the fact on a fast train to Rome:)
Before dinner we open a bottle of wine Ludi brought-( she wants us to save ours) after not eating all day I feel the wine quickly and suggest we move onto dinner. We head to dinner at the old windmill that is now a very groovin little restaurant serving Mexican food- I know right? Anyway dinner is pleasant but I ...
... confirm' button on the screen but the one on the ATM keyboard and you would get your cash. True. Did I ever feel like an idiot! I could tell I had been up all night!
... Rua Augusta
We walked under the Rua Augusta Arch which was rebuilt after the earthquake. Construction started in 1755 but did not finish until 1873. Even though the design is classic, with giant statues on top, it looks new. Sure enough, it was just renovated this year!
We strolled up Rua Augusta past street performers and sidewalk cafes, past the line for a 45 meter tall sightseeing ...