Estalagem Sao Felix Parque
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The Hotel Baghdad comes to mind when I look around the Motel that we ran into when it looked as if the rain was never going to stop. We waited about twenty minutes in a garage shop, where the attendant was determined to show me in the local newspaper that this rain was going nowhere. When I walk into the motel room, my heart sinks. The bedroom was built for a Portuguese tannie. There is no way that I will be able to stretch out on the tiny little single bed. €30! As I turn ...
... the youngest of the people on the ship.
Chris was relieved to learn this.
Those Canadians are so charming.
We just hung out for the rest of the evening. The captain did a short cruise up the river. We went up top to see the cities. It was very cold. I took pity on Michele and gave her my coat.
We are in a catholic county, you know. And we are all catholic, btw.
The whole ship was in bed by ...
... a great view of the river and downtown. From there we wound around to the main square Praca da Liberdade, peeked into a very ornate Maccas restaurant, and looked at Livraria Lello, a beautiful bookstore with carved wooden ceilings and a timber railed staircase right in the middle.
Up past Igreja de Santa Clara, a church at the top of the hill, which was similar in style to most others, very somber on the outside, and a very ...
... It was delicious but I couldn't move afterwards and I immediately had shortness of breath. Normally, they are to be eaten with fries on the side but we decided to just get the sandwiches and afterwards we were so incredibly happy that we did. The two of us waddled out of the cafe and had to sit down for a bit before we continued on our way! We ended up walking along the river's edge, crossing the Dom Luis Bridge to Gaia and walked all the way to a ...
... shop called 'Lello' with the most amazing interior and a crazy staircase twisting up through the shop, but you are not allowed to take photos in there so its a bit annoying, but you can look it up on google images to get an idea. We were also told to check out the most posh Mcdonalds in the world and we did, it's very strange. Theres a big statue thing above The words Mcdonalds and as you walk in there are chandeliers and it looks ...