Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Airport
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... the morning and this morning we were 20 minutes late leaving and Ara was not happy! She said that if anyone was late being back at the bus today she would leave them behind to find their own way back to Lisbon. Fortunately we haven't ever been the guilty ones. We went to Fatima today. In 1917 three children were looking after their families' sheep when they had a vision of Mary ( Jesus' mother). Mary told them she would come to them on the 13th of each month for ...
... run out. We walked the ten minutes up to the Cascais railway station, but had to shelter from a heavy shower en route. That was no problem. The 30-minute train trip along the coast gave us a bit of a chance to see more of the countryside, and the time passed quickly. We arrived at Cais da Sodra station just as it started bucketing down, and this time there seemed little chance that the rain would stop. What were we to do? We ...
... branded track pants, one from Auckland, the other from the Tron plus a third girl from South Africa, all over in the UK for a teacher training year and taking advantage of the Easter holidays to see some of Europe. It was great to hear that kiwi accent again!
We were going to visit Belem today, another suburb, but realised that Portugal shuts on Mondays, so we are chilling out on our lovely wooded campsite!
... up a gentle incline the entire way. We took turns toting the case of six 1.5 liter water bottles, feeling less than inconspicuous as we labored across the swank hotel lobby towards the elevator.
Internet and technology were also challenging us this evening. We have both purchased new Microsoft Surface tablets. We're still sorting through the process of getting connected, various demands for passwords, and other security-measure hoop ...
... breakout sessions each afternoon. As we come to conventions to learn and be enthused this is really not very appealing to us.
An exception was yesterday the last day when the three speakers in the morning were very entertaining as well as informative, especially a young man Craig Kielburger who now thirty started a movement when he was only 12 to help oppressed children. An amazing young ...