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... this is only the second I have ever seen, but I am in love. We spent a good twenty minutes by ourselves looking at this masterpiece, a tryptic with work on the other side. It is unbelievable that some of these lesser known but still amazing museums are so empty.
That evening, we dined at a local Fado restaurant. It is very authentic. Run by a couple, they both serve, she cooks, he sings, their son plays guitar, one of their good friends plays ...
... to sleep in a bed. When we woke up around 6:30pm, we got ready to go out and walk around the area and found a nice Portuguese restaurant. It was so cheap for dinner and the food was really good. We both got the same meal of the Portuguese style bife with a fried egg, rice and fries for only 6 Euros. The waiter was super nice and must have spoken 5 languages because there were other people there who only spoke Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese ...
... immigrants in Portugal came in search of those very same things. Immigration patterns from 2001 show that most immigrants in Portugal are from Angola, France, Brazil, and Poland (http://www.migrationpolicy.org/article /portugal-seeks-balance-emigration-immi gration). Although these countries hold the greatest in percentage of immigrants coming into Portugal, I have met people from Morocco, Turkey, Spain, and other countries of Europe. Most have the ...
... walked through the roads in search of some sort of market that sold food for the next day. We finally found one tucked away. We got our bread and lunch meat, some chips and a bottle of wine for the night. We headed back to the hotel where the orange tabby was calling for Logan to talk to him and we drank our wine out of the
hotel room plastic cups, ate our chips and called it a day, exhausted and not looking forward to the drive tomorrow. Portugal was wonderful.
'The Purpose of life is a life of Purpose.'
We berthed at Lisbon on the banks of the River Tejo next to the Saga Pearl 2. We took the four hour city tour which included a comprehensive guided tour around the city with a well informed local guide who allowed plenty of stops for photographs.
An earthquake destroyed half the city in 1755 and it was rebuilt with an 18th century layout on a rectangular grid whereas the old part is a maze of ...