Exe Lisboa Parque
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... of royal coaches (think horse and buggy). The collection is vast and interesting -- many are incredibly ornate.
After the visit we headed for lunch at the recommended Restuarante Os Jeronomos. What a great place! Although busy and tight, we were treated to a delicious feast of freshly grilled fish and octopus rice (tastes better than it sounds). After we finished the staff came by and asked if we wanted so more of the rice -- and we definitely ...
We had a great night sleep in the hostel and woke to have a great included breakfast of bacon & eggs :-). We soon head off to go pick up our Twizzy!The guy gives us a run down of how to drive it - and we're off! It's a really great concept cos all you've got to do is of course follow the pre loaded course on the map and when you come across a historical site, the gps then tells you all about it! It's really cool. It's like being on a tourist bus except we have ...
... of course was given to the Marquis de Pombal. Post-earthquake began the Pombaline style of architecture, which was heavily Baroque and featured lots of symmetry and uniformity in the apartment buildings. One very smart innovation invented by the Portuguese city architects in this period was having a storefront or restaurant in the ground floor of apartment buildings. They also built the first seismic resistant buildings in history in ...
... from the local Wal Mart. I was fine just where I was, though.
I stood in line for five minutes at "Pasteis de Belem" for their famous €1. 05 custard pies. The place was packed with tourists like me. I grabbed a bag of the pies, then scooted over to the calmer Starbucks next door. I took over a small table with an ashtray on it, and shivered every time the clouds decided to block the sun. I sprinkled some packaged cinnamon and powdered sugar onto ...
... restaurants. OK, so we're not quite the seafood gourmands we thought we were, but tonight it HAS to be. We owe it to Portugal!
We drive and it rains, and after about 30 curvy, hilly (how unusual!) minutes we arrive. Not much going on in Sesimbra - not a beach day, but the restaurants are reopening for dinner and we walk the esplanade and check out menus along the way. Restaurante Canhao is where we end up. Donna picked it because the name reminded her of Canada, I picked it ...