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This morning we had a great breakfast. We didn't even have to pay for the bread or
butter like we did at lunch yesterday. The weather today was a pleasant 70-something and mostly cloudy – so it was not at all uncomfortable.
We left around 8:45 for a bus tour of Lisbon. We saw some of the sites we saw yesterday,
but with our guide ...
Lisbon, Portugal. We arrived in the evening and were collected at the airport by the charming Antonio who gave us a free tour of the city sights on the way to our accommodation. We stayed in the Baixa area - lots of restaurants, near the river, music, tiny narrow streets and utterly amazing. We walked each and every one of ...
... explorers that set out to discover new continents and countries, and were often gone for 2-3 years. Once again the buildings take your breath away!
Heather and I would always find a nice restaurant for a big lunch. We had a grocery store close by and with a full kitchen in our apartment we ate breakfast and most dinners in. Often we would go for a stroll in the evenings and take in the energy of the big city street life.
Day 4 ...
For those of you who know Lisbon, we sailed up the river Tejo and under the April 25th bridge (amazing how many countries celebrate 25 April: NZ, Australia, Italy, Portugal, more?) which is huge, each pillar is 196m high and 1000m wide before mooring. Have only been once before, with Mark and Glenda but enjoyed returning and have to have a Mateus rose to celebrate! Back to doing it on my own. So ...
... so took us to see some of her favourite ones, which was also really appreciated. After lunch I was keen on heading out to Belem, but a massive protest brought the city and public transport to a standstill so instead I spent the rest of the day chasing down more sites that the guide had marked out that were worth visiting. Day 2 was devoted to Sintra, a site near the western most point of continental Europe, which has been continuously occupied since ...