Lagoas Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mediterranean (even though we aren't quite there yet).
There was a moderate amount of palaver getting both boats safely out of the water and onto solid ground, and we had to wait until this morning to be lifted, but we're now side by side again in the heat of a glorious Portuguese summer afternoon. When we've got all our jobs done we plan to spend the weekend in Lisbon itself, even getting a hotel room for a night so we can have the height of luxury - a bath!
... while sipping on my canned caffeine source and snapped pictures of the Portuguese cartoon characters. Just as I had seen in the metro, this vibrant, colorful art welcomed me over to interact with it and snap a few pictures with my self-timer. Portraits of Portuguese musicians and dancers, whose expressions seemed plagued with anguish and mystery, covered the walls of the apartment buildings. Clothes hung outside to dry on the railings.
After discovering ...
While Jan slept well my reaction to the train journey was alertness and thinking. It was all good and I was glad for my novel (Ken Follett - Pillars of the Earth) after a while. The conductor woke us for breakfast; yes, I did eventually fall back to sleep. The walking down the rocking train predawn, near 7, to sit in a dining car with set tables for coffee and pastry was a rare experience. I am reminded of dramas set on train trips like Orient Express and am glad we had ...
... the side of the highway and to the nearest town. Nearly an hour later we were put in three maxi taxis and taken to a forgettable town two kilometres down the highway where we ate lunch and waited for a replacement bus to come from Lisbon and collect us. The maths teacher had to be at the airport by 6 pm and the group was keen to rush to Lisbon to drop her off on time. All except me and this rather annoying South African woman. We wanted to complete the ...
... the huge hole of debt Portugal has dug itself into, this scene looks downright disturbing. At the top of the hill is a a shopping mall and a large park (which also looks pricey to maintain). It's called the Poet's Park, and this one I must say I do enjoy it despite its extravangance. The scuptures are pretty cool--there's one of a giant man's head and two women sitting in the brain. I'm doing a video clip of that one, dedicating it to several of my friends that it reminds me ...