Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... green tea and lemon. Not forgetting the great fresh salads; yes we are getting a bit excited over fresh food! From here we explored the Rossio district just north of where we were staying.
Without even discussing it, Imogen and I realised what an amazing vibe the city had. We were both happy and relaxed, despite the city not looking a great deal different from other regions and cities we had visited. Imogen decided she had found her future home, joking ...
... We had seen storks while we were in Spain and also a couple of years ago when we were in Turkey. They do not nest in trees but instead nest in very exposed areas and return to the same nest each year. Some of this might be due to their wingspan.
On the way to Evora we called in to the oldest Cromlech in Southern Europe dating back 7,000 years. Never heard of Cromlech we hear you say; neither had we until today. It is apparently a term, ...
... work details for accommodation possibilities. Once off the bus I saw a huge lift shaft and saw that it had a walkway to an old building so I climbed the hill and walked across. There was a spiral staircase that had 50 steps that ended with a platform overlooking Lisbon. It was so high that the people below looked like ants. There is still a lot to see here but time has run out and it's off to Guardo tomorrow.
... number of things you shouldn't say whilst being processed at an airport no matter how tired or irritated you are getting, and firstly this comment probably didn't translate too well, secondly it was a bit flippant and thirdly I hadn't added the contingency of crossing my fingers behind my back just in case it all went pear shaped....which of course it did. Like a magician pulls a rabbit from the hat the Security Officer produced a bottle of Lucozade from my bag which we had ...
... facing the town square. And a stable and heaps of archer posts. It was ex-moorish. We went back and made ourselves full with home made salmon salad. Then I think we seistered until dinner which was, like the music last night, the daily hostel activity was a traditional chirutzo dinner. On the table was a wheel of cheese, sour dough, olives, decent wine, about ...
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