Ha Mar ao Luar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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This morning we woke up late and went to the Pasteis de Belem to eat Portuguese tarts that were flaky, warm, creamy and jiggly. This bakery is the most well known place in Portugal for these little devils. The line up was long. We saw a little sign saying table service and we were able to go in without lining up. The tart lived up my expectation if the restaurant. In a word -- heaven. We went to the monastery next. The Jeromino ...
... When the Saints go Marching in. I looked at him and said When the Spurs go Marching in and he started to sing those words. It was funny, the young chap said oh that's Tottenham and I said yes so he continued to sing. The man didn't think it was funny, ( I did!!) He told him no not Spurs, Saints, Southampton, I just turned away and laughed. So here we are back on board, no more ports except Southampton and home. ...
... unfortunately it had closed and we had to find another restaurant. We quickly found a great Indian Restaurant, Caitlin had buttered chicken, Dianne had lamb korma and I had Goan fish curry, all very excellent. We shared our table with Dan (the marine biologist onboard), his wife Mary and Karen (the nurse), which made the meal even more enjoyable. To finish the day we had a siesta and walked around the city at sunset. We found ...
... the new rule was that no church could be build unless there was a square around it, no more building churches in amongst the houses. April 25, 1974 was revolution day in the Carmo Square, the Dictatorship government was housed in the building next to the Carmel Convent. The people walked into the square holding flowers, soon the military was filing into the square from all of the streets feeding into the area, the people thought the military was there ...
... a spinach salad. Lots of goats cheese. Complemented by what would have been a shot of wine. Very friendly waitress. She asked me what I wanted to drink. I thought she was asking the size of my order, so I said tapas. She joked that I could drink the tapas. (All of this in Spanish.) Arun found it funny. Collected our bags from the hostel and departed for the bus ...