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... with dates of all the significant Portuguese discoveries. People in the plaza looked like ants from above.
We continued our visit over a fish and Sangria at a typical traditional Portuguese diner near Jerónimos Monastery. Pretty good food and exceptionally friendly service.
As the sun sunk in the ocean, the Narui's got back on bus 728 toward their hotel and Dave and I got on the train to Parede. It had been ...
... stopping for a coffee break. Back to the apartment for a rest before walking to town in search for somewhere to have dinner. Found a quaint little Portuguese restaurant that we could hardly fit into to eat at - enjoyed the atmosphere and the food, and then a slow walk back to try to walk off all the food we'd consumed! Relatively early night in preparation for the early start needed to get the ladies to ...
... wine. Tony is enjoying choosing the wines and partaking a little since his 40 day break.
The house sleeps seven, has three bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, den, three bedrooms, lots of halls and landings that hold interesting pieces of furniture from days gone by. Skylights are everywhere they can be, to bring lots of natural light into the house. It has obviously grown over the years ...
We started our day by taking the metro up to the CALOUSTE GULBENKIAN MUSEUM which displayed ONE man's collection! It was amazing to see all the different pieces of work collected from all over the world housed under one roof! We then caught our yellow bus tour and began to explore the different parts of Lisboa. Surprisingly enough, the newer part of Lisbon was definitely different then the area we are living ...
... We arrived in Cascais last night at about 9, put down the anchor and had a small glass of wine to celebrate our first stop. The wind was howling though at 38 knots so while Matt and I were trying to have a nap before our watch, we suddenly heard the engines go on and the ...
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