Dom Carlos Liberty Lisboa
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... dinner at a restaurant called Duk's.
Day 3...is Embarkation Day! Our time for embarkation was 12pm. So, we spent the morning doing some shopping for some little people back home. This always takes longer than planned...but that is ok. After that we walked back to the hotel got our luggage together and had a taxi take us to the Port.
The check-in process was quite smooth and we boarded the beautiful Marina...this will be our home for the next 16 days.
HOKAY SO. Portugal. (No I still have not written about Belgium and France)
We woke up at 7:30 and ate breakfast then wandered into Lisbon, allowing the boys to lead the way because once again it was 7:30AM and aint nobody got time for maps. It was me, Jess, Adam, Tom, and Steve today. Our fearless men got us sufficiently lost and we were quite literally walking in circles looking for the city center before I (not being a proud idiot ...
... Jed headed out to a small town called Sintra. A very picturesque village in the hills, I had been last year. That evening the hostel were hosting a dinner, out at a local restaurant. It cost 10€ for dinner, dessert and coffee and non stop supply of beer and wine! Best 10 euros spent. The food was traditional Portuguese, it featured a lot of sea food and it just kept on coming!! I think we had a total of about 6 dishes by the end! We all rolled out of there and headed back to ...
... fun on a budget! We met up with our new Busabout friends bright and early on Saturday morning and jumped on the bus for the long journey to Lisbon, Portugal. We have a small tour group with only 10 people which is nice and intimate, like a little happy family. The drive to Lisbon went fairly quickly and we had a nice stop in a lovely little Spanish village Trujillo where we refueled with coffees and Ange and I got lost in the winding ...
Today everyone around us is at home. We too are reading, relaxing and this is the day for laundry, cooking and tidying up loose ends. For me that means organizing the fridge and the kitchen. I also strolled outside and found another lion. They are everywhere.
Shopping is almost a daily thing here if you are staying in a villa, so meals are planned and everything is used. When shops are closed you clean out!
Today I deboned, Yep I deboned ...