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... magnet hunt that also took in a fabulous old book shop that looked like something out of a Carlos Luiz Zafon novel.
In the afternoon the owner of our apartment popped in with our deposit. A splendid Parisian who lives in Lisbon for 3 months a year, ”because the food is better than in Paris” – where he also owns an apartment. We said we would see him there.
LK: Our final evening meal in Lisbon took us to a recommended Argentinean ...
... along the waterfront, and the St. Roque Church. Our excellent guide is always on the lookout for people she suspects are pick-pockets, and she occasionally will halt and warn us to watch our wallets. We drive by one train station which she calls the “University of Pick-Pockets.”
One of our group members has a birthday today, so we meet for a drink at the hotel bar ...
Not very merry weather today! After 30 degree days in Madrid, we arrived to cooler temperatures (23 C) and rain
in Lisbon. Not
the world’s greatest airport, and our first example of the lack of financial
resources in the country. They don’t have enough bridges for all the planes,
and a new airport was scrapped when it proved too expensive, so they load
everyone into buses and ...
... in 1904 for the Marquis of Valle Flor and his three daughters. Walking around the place is like being on a tour. There are family portraits, ceiling paintings, a chapel, two fabulous dining rooms, a guy playing piano, sweeping staircases, all set in magnificent gardens. We had dinner here with the group but we don't think we are well dressed enough and thought we should borrow an iron.
... 10c but the hiking kept us warm.
I hiked the steep 2 km road down to Sintra and discovered some romantic surprises along the way. An hour and a half later, we happened to meet each other again in the narrowest of winding streets in town- yay!