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... head for the Praca Do Comercio the square by the sea. I think I've figured out the allure that Lisbon has for me. It has one thing the other large European cities (Rome, Athens, Paris) I've been to don't - water. It's right on the ocean, befitting a small country which was once one of the greatest seafaring forces of the world. From Henry the Navigator to Vasco De Gama to the Azores significance in WWII. They ARE about the ...
... and left a skeleton crew to deal with the crowds.... Couldn't believe it!!! Next trip was off to Madrid for a brief overnight stop on our way to Algeciras by train, on our way to Gibraltar, the key target for our trip. The fast train from Barcelona to Madrid only took 3 hr and the speedo clocked over the 300 km per hour mark a few times. This is apparently the line of the recent accident where sadly 79 people were killed, where the driver was travelling at 190 km per ...
... a couple of days earlier as well, but were getting on a cruise on Sunday. As we have said before, it's a small world.
As I have an early morning flight (Jimmy is staying in Europe for a couple of weeks since he has more time off) we came back to the hotel, so I could catch up on this blog and pack.
I hope you all have enjoyed this blog, and next time I travel, I'll update you again. Cheers!
... on the tour. Not only was the tour made fantastic by the guide but I have to say the company was great as well. There were two couples traveling together, from Australia and about in their mid 60s, and 2 guys traveling together, also from Australia. Everyone had such a great sense of humour and was very sociable. The couples were like a few Joanne and Teds and were such a hoot to be around, lots of fun. After the tour was over, around ...
For Mother’s Day, we took a tram to Belem, a suburb of Lisbon. When we got off the tram in Belem, the first thing we went to see was the Monastery, but there was a huge line so we stopped at a bakery along the way to wait out the lines a bit with some custard tarts. The tarts are a famous desert in Portugal. The lines only got bigger, but they moved fast so it wasn’t more than a 10 minute wait to get in. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed