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... but pretty soon after lunch we were ready to head back.
Luckily our journey on the train was pretty uneventful, Bree did a great job interpreting some instructions in a mix of Portuguese and English and we managed to make it back to Lisbon in one piece. Later that evening after walking around the city a bit more we were struggling to find someplace to have a light dinner. After wandering with no luck for quite some time we came across a little round building ...
... were too friggin' hot in all their fancy clothes with ruffs and lace, jackets and pantaloons. After a coffee in the cafe we walked to the Reina Sofia where we stood in front of Guernica by Picasso.....words fail. Dali, Miro etc We caught the taxi back to the hotel and had lunch at montaditos, a chain store that serves little tapas on bread rolls and buns, good and cheap. A quick shop, finally bought the ...
... front of everything. Que bien, que guai, que mono. Yup you are now truly good.
*** There are a quite a few beggars on the streets. Lots of street artists as well but I don’t think they can technically be classified as beggars since they are providing a service in reward for their money. If somebody told me they are beggars then okay they are that’s not a technicality I wish to argue over. But besides these street artists they are a lot of people ...
... of two spots.
Having names on Coke cans is massive here, it only began a few weeks ago and is already just as big as it was in Australia! Won't find any 'Melissa's' here!
When people sneeze, instead of saying 'bless you' they say 'Jesus' which I struggle to say because it's so strange!
Every time you see someone you give them two kisses, obviously, but with glasses it's so annoying! As soon as I kiss someone I have to ...
... the overstaffed counter space, service - at least for the croissants - is slow. It arrives fresh - just in time for the last few sips of coffee.
From La Mallorquina we take a leisurely stroll along Calle Arenal passing the Teatro Real and walking through the Plaza Oriente to reach the Palacio Real. Last year Gracie and I saw Israel Galvin in Lo Real at the Teatro Real.
Unfortunately our plans ...