Casa De Sao Mamede
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Part of our return route to the airport was on a toll road. All rental cars have a windshield sticker identifying the car, which is recorded when passing a toll camera. We thought that was most up to date, and were quite impressed. Then we were told that you have to go to any post office in the country at least three days after passing a toll camera (but not more ...
... bought some paintings at
the bottom- I love buying paintings from original painters… so humbling. We
walked to the Torre de Beleme, which is this huge tower on the water. Amanda
went to the top and me and tamar just enjoyed from a distance while we
stretched our legs. We thought it was funny when a boat of portugese men
floated by us- it was like we were meant to be sitting there. Afterwards, we
caught a cab back to our apartment and learned that we live in ...
... At the end of the street is Rossio Square. I intended to catch the train here but a bit knackered and struggling with my luggage. As usual, packed too much ****. Some will have to go or getting from A to B will be a nightmare. Ventured out for a walk in the afternoon to check out the lie of the land. Bureau de Tourismo just around the corner so now armed with pamphlets. Stopped in an ancient old church to listen to the choir then had my first taste of the local liqueur ...
... into the “Golden Tram Hostel”, where my Travelex cash card finally ended up working. I was nervous that it would not work after several failed attempts to buy my metro pass with it. I had previously loaded it with money at the Travelex on Boylston Street in Boston just to have the security of walking around without so much cash in my money belt. Half the time, the card would not even work, and I wondered how I had been to easily convinced ...
... campsites just took it somewhere for us and came back two hours later with a full one....no idea where they took it, but maybe the Cepsa filling stations?
In Europe we have paid anything from 10 Euros to 30 Euros for the exchange, Luxembourg being the absolute "rip off" country, but in every case and we are talking nine months, they have pretty much lasted exactly one month, give or take a day or two. When we went to Morocco, ...