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... br> Parede, January 7, 2013, Day 181
2 hrs, 2.0 kms
I must say this has been one of my less memorable days of late--despite the high number of towns that I'm visiting. I am glad that I've taken the time to explore Greater Lisbon well... even though Lisbon suburbs have been significantly less inspiring than, say, Paris Suburbs or Napoli Suburbs.
Parede has a quiet neighborly feel, and I stop for a quick strum on a bench under a tree before ...
... got dark the place was transformed. In a huge high-tech display, many of the historic facades throughout the old town, including our own hotel/citadel had all sorts of moving images projected on to them while dozens of loudspeakers, suitably placed were playing a pleasant electronic musical accompaniment. Having decided that we'd have dinner at the hotel, we found ourselves eating at an authentic-looking old taverna within the citadel walls and overlooking the giant ...
... that I could make and it's pretty expensive. It's about 4:30 PM and by avoiding meals, I'm not really doing much about this jetlag. I am wearing sunglasses, though. I'm definitely helping my eyes adjust to the light, right? Right...
I keep thinking about moving to Europe, but I'm not sure where I would go. I like Portugal. It's sunny, hilly, and the people have struck the balance of being friendly yet reserved. I know it's just expensive because I'm ...
Our first adventure in Portugal was to catch the train from Lisbon airport to Cascais with our luggage. We were a bit spoiled as Sam & John carried some of it for us, so we haven't yet had to put our big bags on our backs, or had to work out which train to catch. Plenty of that to come..... Changed trains, navigated staircases, escalators and ticket barriers, and finally arrived in downtown Cascais. Taxi to Sam & John's place, where we met Coco the ...
Another beautiful day. We got a bit of a late start today thanks to our late night watching the Super Bowl, but that didn't stop us from walking nearly 8 miles up hills and down hills, up hundreds of steps and down hundreds more. Lisbon, like Istanbul, ...
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