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... people who classed all foreign food as "Muck" and basically hated everything that was not British.
Well they were on our table at the Meridian again last night and we got into conversation with them, and Mr Obnoxious, Clive, in particular. He turns out to be quite a fascinating man. He does come over a bit "full of himself" and boastful about the things he has achieved, but he has achieved quite a lot. He's an electrical engineer ...
... the sea breeze and finally got the tram back to Plaza da Figueria where we met Andie in the morning. We then taxied to the Lisbon Oceanarium (Aquarium) which was a wee way away. The aquarium was fantastic and I don’t know if it has a world rating but it must surely be up there among the best.
The main tank was huge and housed schools of fish, sharks, sting ray, heaps of other types of fish and two enormous sun fish. ...
... in Portugal. This monument is located at the tip of the Tagus River protecting Lisbon from all who entered. Across from the tower is the beautiful Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, a monastery built to house some of Portugal's treasures from the discoveries of Vasco de Gama and other explorers. Vasco de Gamma was a Portuguese navigator who established the link between Portugal and India (1497-1498). You can find his tomb inside the cathedral there. Our next stop was outside the city to tour ...
As the captain predicted we awoke to very rough seas. The waves were 30 feet and they said they might be as high as 60! We went to breakfast in the Lido and then to the port talk about Lisbon. Karl didn't even make it to the talk. After about 5 minutes in the showroom he needed to go back to our cabin. We definitely selected a cabin in the right spot -- we are on deck 1 and almost exactly at the center of the ship. When the seas are rough, it is a good place to be -- and ...
... around 1415. 3). The Pena National Palace (Portuguese: Palácio Nacional da Pena) is a Romanticist palace in São Pedro de Penaferrim, in the municipality of Sintra, Portugal. The palace stands on the top of a hill above the town of Sintra, and on a clear day it can be easily seen from Lisbon and much of its metropolitan area. It is a national monument and constitutes one of the major expressions of 19th-century Romanticism in the world. The palace is a ...