Suico Atlantico Hotel
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... user Islamic rule. Out the back of the castle there were some ruins of a residential area dating from the 7th to the 4th century BC & a palace of which the last remains had called down in the 1755 earthquake. We carried on walking around the castle walls were we got some beautiful views of Lisbon as the sun was going down. We left there and went down to walk around the streets of the city centre for a while, where we found some Portuguese tarts we had been told we must ...
... in Lisbon. The stupid Tourist Office at the Santa Apolonia train station was closed and posted directions to the main tourist office - on the other side of the city!!! Luckily, I was able to connect to WiFi in the train station and we found a place, but we didn't realize that Lisbon is so hot, hilly, and is a complete maze of cobblestone alleys and streets with almost no street signs!
We stopped a nice lady police officer who gave us some directions, but she was ...
... the crowded restaurants because they must be doing something right; the problem is my strategy sometimes backfires because here in Portugal we have been getting awful service in the crowded places. Well, at least we got good service in this place, and the food was pretty good too. (Not great though. When you get sauces on dishes here the sauce is often very very salty.) Tomorrow we will be returning to Ireland; I really enjoyed being in Portugal, especially in Porto and also in Seville.
... time, there are elements of myself that I consider Peruvian and I have a true love for Peru, as well as America. That being said, I wondered what it would be like to visit countries that aren't as "cosmopolitan" as America. Intellectually, it is fascinating to try to see how states will act, based on something as seemingly innate as identity.
Our time in Lisbon was perhaps the most illuminating, in terms ...
... with big smiles on their faces. We are glad to see them. We, Tony and I, were nervous that The Rattler wouldn't hold all of us and luggage, but piece of cake, the Provan's have packed light! Off we went to Penedo with a stop to pick up fresh out of the oven, Brioche. Yummy!
We just had that last climb up the winding hill before we could put on the kettle for tea! This is where it got interesting ...