Internacional Design Hotel
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Portugal is the westernmost country in Europe. It is fairly small and has a population of 10 million of which 3 million live in the Lisbon area. Lisbon is the capital. The history is long starting with Celts and Romans followed by Visigoths and in 700 the Moors from Africa. They ruled for 500 years but were expelled by the Christians about 1147 with the help of English crusading knights. The country is still 98% catholic. During the age ...
... one street of used car dealers and cafes about as clean as the place we'd left behind) for a beer, cold cheese and ham sandwich and flaming row on the way home. I tried sleeping in one of the 'unoccupied' beds, but the dampness of the foam mattress soon penetrated and we retreated again, to the van. I emerged blinking onto the weed cluttered drive and managed a very decent porridge and coffee breakfast on the vine tangled terrace. On entry to ...
... one hour in our hotel rooms then out to a restaurant with a
Thursday . Lisbon the morning, sightseeing with a local guide takes along the avenues of the Lower Town to the Terreirodo Paco, finest square in the city. Visit the Belem Quarter from where sailing ships set forth to discover unknown lands. See the Monument to the Discoveries and the more ancient Belem Tower. It was erected to protect Jeronimo’s ...
... head off into the unknown! I am glad Mikey is doing the driving, not me. I will navigate and yell out to remind him to drive on the right! The drivers in Lisbon are a bit crazy, but I am sure we will be fine once we get out of the city. And despite Mikey’s comment, although it is different to the planned out holidays I am used to, I am looking forward to this next unplanned part of the trip, going where the wind takes us!
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... realizing his mistake, rushed to the gallows and found that the Galician had miraculously survived due to a loose knot. Many of these roosters are found in homes bringing good fortune. Tony and I were given one at a shower but it did not make our move from Sudbury to Oakville, I may have to replace it.
Today it rained most of the day, we lit a fire and as the wood in the basket ran out the sun started to shine. Off on an adventure tomorrow.