Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... the East.
Our stop in Cascais was only for an hour. Then our bus took us northeast to Sintra. As we approached Sintra the landscape became familiar and we almost knew are way up the hill. We contemplated visiting the palace but instead decided to take a walk and take in the vista. After fifteen minutes of that we retreated to a cafe across from the palace for drinks in the ...
... and various eucalyptus trees. The wattle was in spectacular full bloom and the scent of the pollen was strong and irritating to our nasal passages. We really felt as if we were back in Australia taking a ride out around the Adelaide Hills. Lisbon was long touted as the jewel of Europe boasting more treasures than Venice. In recent times, due to economic crisis, this grand old lady looks a little tattered around the edges. You can still see and imagine the ...
... who had the square completely surrounded, so that was interesting.
On the way back we had our first experience with the African drug sellers. A random big guy in a lane way just walked over and asked if we wanted to buy any drugs, we said Non, and he said "yes, you do, you want some" but thank God once we said Non again, he left us alone. We kept walking and had our happy hour drinks at the Miradouro, or lookout, and decided we couldn't ...
... saw something!. As we left the river and went out to sea it was down tothe pool deck for a cocktail. We had met a couple from Queensland, Rob and Sally with 2 girls (Maddie and Brooklyn ) so had drinks with them. Incredibly they had the same itinerary as us for the next 16 days so we would often have a drink and Rob and I would adjourn to the sports bar or casino to discuss the joys of living with 3 women in such a confined space as our cabins,!.In the bars they ...
... felt almost impossible to take because more and more people just keep walking through, but that's part of travelling at the tourist attractions. We had dinner at Sintra and caught a train home. At the moment I'm sitting in bed writing this, but before I doze off I have to say one thing. For the next week I'll be travelling around a different part of Portugal in a campervan and will not have WiFi so I'll write to you in a ...