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... ice, less music and a lot less points.
The heavy weather is due to continue until noon tomorrow, so perhaps that will at least stop the Trick or Treating. What I dread is hoards of old people stalking the corridors tonight dressed in cobwebs and scary makeup, knocking on doors and threatening evil deeds if they don't get treats. The last thing I need is a pensioner peeing through my keyhole because I won't give him sweeties.
... with small windows and doors. Beautiful square on hill with tiled walls and trees. Old guys sitting on benches.
Walked along river 1 km to Praca do Commerica, huge square by water with huge statue (Pombra) and arches to city. Had espresso and custard dessert in cafe. Walked thro Baixa area along Rua de Augusta to Praca da Figueira (fig tree square). Had lunch near famous pastry ...
... sides of the shower and wall and was clearly not meant for curvy girls. But they were the only complaints - we have learnt to live with lumpy, hard, or squishy, tiny beds. The location was excellent.
It was hard to make the best of our time there as pining down exactly where things were located or how the town was laid out was really difficult.
We got a good three loads of washing done and took ourselves to wonder through the little city Centre - of course ...
... that are transporting people up the hills (stolen from Asia). I wasn't overly stoked on how they had copied other cities and didn't really have any monument of their own, but nevertheless it is a lovely city with a great nightlife, amazing custard tarts and fantastic people, so naturally I had a great time here. It's funny who you run into on the other side of the world. I actually ran into 2 people I recognised from the Central Coast who had done almost ...
... and all this water had gathered and poured in this direction. Finally the door had to be let open, and water poured in. By this stage we were all standing on stools or chairs, the lights turned off and it was sort of cheerful bravado....we did wonder how on earth we would leave..... The rain had subsided a bit, and finally a woman who had been sitting next to us put her suitcase on her head and walked out, up to her knees in water. ...