Hotel Alif Avenidas
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After many hours we are here it feels amazing. Lisbon! What a weird feeling, to go to sleep on a plane for 8 hours and wake up on a different part of the globe! I am very excited but tired. Daniel seems excited but is a little overwhelmed. I carry the excitement for both of us :).
We landed in London at 1pm, had a 2 hour layover then a 2.5 hour flight to Lisbon. All in all we ...
... in Atlanta for the last 30 years. Each of us got along famously sharing our love of great food and wine. This is going to be FUN!
We were escorted into the dining room table by table and seated with an amazing view of the vast blue sea. Dinner was 7 courses which I shall share with you now:
- Perlita Caviar d’Aquitaine with Cream of Sea Urchin, paired with Dom Ruinart Brut Rose 2002
ˇ Hoisin Sauteed ...
... public transportation to discourage crime. Therefore, when I saw the graffiti in Lisbon, I was convinced that there was a lot of crime in the city. But not every work of graffiti was associated with gangs. There were large, elaborate murals done by street artists drawn on the sides of multiple buildings. The government encourages graffiti here, as a way to let the citizens express their political and ...
... as goals were scored!
We've had picnic lunches 2 days in a row, consisting of the local specialty of conserved fish products (delicious tuna, sardines, mackerel etc in divine olive oil) dunked up with fresh bread rolls. Cheap, fresh, local, and kind of good for you! Perfect for our budget and enjoyable!
This morning after a slow start we had our usual coffee and Portugese tart for bfast at what has become our regular, then walked up to the ...
... I can just imagine how cold and dreary it would be for them on cold damp days. These shops are necessary to keep the locals going until they get a chance to visit a larger village or family comes by with supplies.
In mountain towns there will be one window packed full of what is to be found inside. Everyone has a specialty. The streets are dotted with cafés and bars, every morning tables and chairs spill out onto the streets and squares. ...