Eurostars Das Letras
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... on the narrow steep old roads.
Anyway, we started by driving out of Lisbon (over 2 million but only 500,000 in the centre part) along the coast. The traffic was very congested in Lisbon so we were glad we had not done the biking tour. There was a boardwalk going along the coast with walkers and joggers. Also because of the hurricane, the waves were very strong and we watched lots of very skillful surfers ride the waves. In about 45 minutes, ...
it is amazing how quickly you settle into a routine on a holiday. On a ship it's even easier as there is such a regimen to the days. Get up, look over the balcony ("oh look there's the sea"), shower, have breakfast, go to the Solarium to sunbathe and swim, lunch then wander round the ship in the afternoon until it's time to go back to the room, get ready for dinner, have dinner, back to the room, sleep then do it all over again the next day.
Of course, if ...
Well this is our last port of call before we head for home! In some ways it seems ages since we left Southampton but in others the time has flown by. We decided to do a final trip on a tram around the city, complete with glasses of port & samples of the local pastries- the weather was great too. So now it's back on board for our final two days at sea across the Bay of Biscay. We have had really calm crossings so far so let's hope the trend ...
We are off today to get a rental car and start a new phase of our adventure in Portugal. The cycling was awesome. We have a guide book, a GPS, and some tips from Joao from InGamba, and Maria from Palacio Belmonte. We had a great bunch of fellow riders for the past week, and the InGamba folks have been just awesome again. Just going to be Leslie and I for this new phase. We are going to try and keep the weight off, partly by not over indulging in food and wine, but also by jogging every ...
... the Manueline style, though its iconic twin fairy chimneys that dominate the skyline of the town are a class all of their own. The room interiors were the real highlight of the palace, with elaborate ceiling and wall decorations, often based around a theme (e.g. swans, magpies, mermaids).
We next left the town to climb two miles uphill to the Palacio Nacional da Pena. This blocky, primary-colored flight ...