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... the apartment so it was easy to find
her. She was so nice and although she only spoke portugese, we could understand
what she was trying to communicate to us. We were slightly confused at first
because there was a party literally starting outside of our window, with tap
beer and sangria being sold for 1 euro. Davana- the lady we are renting the
apartment from, also gave us open selection to her liquor supply. We thought it
was funny but left pretty soon to ...
... passed several market stalls where people sold earrings, stained glass trinkets, and other souvenirs. A golden retriever relaxed next to his owner. It was just another day selling souvenirs to tourists. At the waterfront, barefoot tourists and locals basked in the sun. They were as content as sea lions on a wharf, just lounging about. As I crossed the plaza once more, another South Asian man tried selling me sunglasses. I told him that I had already just ...
Took a day tour of Sintra which is a town about 40 km from Lisbon. There were 8 in our group. First stop was the royal summer castle. Apparently it was one of th model castles for Disney. Great location atop a steep mountain. Rooms were smaller than to palaces but was beatuifully furnished. We then went to the recommended restaurant for lunch and has nice clams, puppies, with barbq fish which was delicious. Not ...
Poor Portugal is like a faded beauty queen – seen better days. The place is full of statues and monuments to the days of glory when Portugal ruled the seas and was a formidable colonial power. Stills, its beautiful and the food impressive and the prices attractive. Driving into Spain from the Algarve was startlingly beautiful but the presence of eucalypts (also prevalent in southern Spain ) sort of ...
... giveaways and street parties. We spent some of our time sitting and enjoying music in small squares as they rehearsed for the night ahead.
We had signed up for the famous Mammas dinner tonight; soup, main, dessert, sangria/beer and aperitif for only 10euro. Tonight the menu included pea mint soup, a pork and clam dish typical of Portugal, raspberry tart and a choice of Port, Muscatel and a cherry liquor. Mamma actually sits with us as we all eat; Mamma is ...