Hotel Alif Avenidas
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... named after King Manuel I (d. 1521), which was prominent in the 15th century up until the mid 18th century. The Manueline style featured spiral columns, very intricate and delicate stonework, gothic spires, arches, and vaulted ceilings, and motif carvings of artichokes and rhinoceroses, an exotic animal brought over to Portugal (and Europe for the first time since the Roman Empire) from India that the ...
... of where to go next. Actually, no. They don't need a plan. They've got this.
My table is covered in powdered sugar. Oops! My skin is pulled tight with goose bumps, but the weather is not too unpleasant. An asian woman in a pink blazer and skirt asks her man friend to snap a picture of her next to the Starbucks sign. She pops her leg up and grins as if she had never been to Starbucks before. That's the most fun I've ever seen anyone have by a ...
... end of next season ;-) Well, we had the announcement from the Captain that we'd been dreading :-( "Aurora will sail for Southampton tonight and all passengers should be onboard by 10pm" :-( Dinner done, only two more then it's beans on toast ;-) Into the Curzon after dinner to see the show, a comedian tonight John Martin, we've seen him before we're sure. Ok but some old stuff, caused a giggle or two though. Up to the Crows Nest for our usual, then round the back to the ...
This morning we started with our buffet breakfast; the usual continental but also eggs and sausage (hello breakfast for Larissa!).
We had decided to join the 'free' walking tour affiliated with our hostel through the Alfama district, the old part of town. It turned out that we had already met one of the girls, Carmen an Aussie, who arrived into our room last night on the bus from Seville to Lagos! The tour took 3 hours ...
... snacks. It's all displayed on the bar top and you just get a plate and help yourself to all the different little snacks, combining them to make a full meal. They are usually 'spiked' with a skewer or toothpick, often to a piece of bread. So with the concept understood we headed to a jam packed bar and started helping ourselves to the most wonderful gourmet food we could get our hands on.
The following day, Dave headed to the Spanish coastline for a long overdue surf in the cool ...