Costa Da Caparica Hotel
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... their big festival on 12th June. We got to the hill by the castle and then headed down towards the harbour. The tour ended at a local restaurant where we all had the menu of the day. I decided to try a different kind of bacalou, now that I knew there were so many varieties. I tried the one specific to Lisbon, called bacalou al a brasa. I'm so glad I took a chance because it was delicious. It was made with small crispy pieces of ...
... and a brioche, and sometimes a mid morning coffee as well... I LOVE the coffee. We would walk for about an hour or so before stopping for breakfast, then have the second coffee around 10:30. On the Camino Frances, there are always people around - and it is a large part of the "community" to meet and visit with new friends along the way. We met people from all over the world - Australia, New Zealand, France, Germany, Austria, ...
... of those cities where these tours are good value for money and a very good way of getting between the three of four distinct "tourist zones". So I treated myself to a 48 hour ticket on the Lisbon Sightseeing buses. They have 3 lines; 1 to the castle area, 1 up to the zoo and the newer "Parque de Nacoes" area and 1 out to Belem (more on this later). There are a couple of other companies so be wary that you try to get on the right bus!
... Had to call our bank and cancel our account as PayPal put us on permanent ignore.
Departed from JFK at 8PM (2 AM in Rome). Watched a couple of movies and snoozed arriving in Rome at 10:30 AM. Cruised through customs and skipped immigration as we departed from the same terminal. Found the Portugal TAP Airlines baggage check. The agen declared that we could check one bag each, but our back packs were ...
... of the crashing waves had the locals of old thinking that the gods were talking amoungst themselves, hence the name of the town. There are surf shops and and bars everywhere. We saw 15 surfers riding the huge waves, dressed in wet suits. A beautiful harbour. Silves...An 8th Century castle built by the Moors, we walked the top of the wall, so very high, with an amazing view. Faro...their "old town" was the most impressive. Each town here has one: winding narrow ...