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We had decided yesterday to check-out of our Pousada a day early since their was no air conditioning. Good decision because it was very difficult to sleep. The breakfast in the hotel was excellent, though the set-up was difficult. We were on the road to Lisbon by 9:30 AM.
We arrived at our hotel, The Tivoli Lisboa at 1:00 PM and Steve turned the car in. He drove almost 1200 miles beautifully with ...
... than any Croque Monsieur.
In the centre of town we found a couple of big squares, perfect for beer and people watching .In one of them we were invited into an impromptu birthday party in return for taking a photo.
Tapas for evening meal, at 52 De Prata . This was special, four big portions,pork cheeks,prawn tempura,octopus salad and sliced duck breast . Hugo our host looked after us and presented us with a with a surpringly small bill ...
... up front. As it was, we were already running very late thanks to our tour companions and Mauricio was lurking in the shop reminding us it was time to go. The whole experience at Herdade do Esporao was very disappointing, especially considering we had driven so dang far to get there. With the two hour drive back to Lisbon we basically spent the whole day in the car.
That evening we asked the concierge for a restaurant recommendation, someplace outdoors and casual, so ...
... dancers who performed Portuguese folk music and dances. It turned out to be a rather entertaining night.
Today's tour took us to the Belem area of Lisbon. This area borders on the junction of the Tagus river and the Atlantic Ocean and is the spot where explorers left Portugal to sail to unknown parts of the world in the 15th and 16th centuries. The most famous was Vasco da Gama, who sailed around the coast of Africa and found his way to India, in search ...
... dinner in a city restaurant. Bought 2 embroidered fans for 5 Euro.
Sunday 25/5. 8.45am we are on the bus heading for morrocco. South of Seville we first pass farming land and then small mountains as we near the coast and can see Gibraltar in the distance. Crossing the straits of Gibraltar was easy with our guide, Juan, directing us and our suitcases all safely locked on the bus. Lots of good agriculture as we drive south to Fez.