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So lisbon is one helluva hilly city.You might notice hills in lots of my photos, but then again they're only 2D.
Anyway because of the hills there are lots of places where you can go up and look out and marvel at A Cidade Linda. These are called Miradouros. Sandra and I went out to about 4 or so Miradouros near to the apt. She's great. …
... We had the coast in view, some distance away, for most of the day. Although we spent most of the morning just relaxing on deck, it actually became too hot to stay there so about 12pm we came inside and had lunch and then retired to our cabin and read for a while. We enjoyed our dance class in the afternoon, learning yet more steps, this time in the waltz, and then, after yet more reading, dressed for dinner where we had yet more good conversation with Jacky and ...
... varieties of salads and they were generally very good and always large enough to be shared.
... with tourists and foreigners, but almost no locals. The Portuguese can be found standing at counters in snack bars and bakeries, eating nata pastries and drinking coffee. Can't blame them for the pastries though, they are delicious.
Along with random wondering through the various Barrios of Lisbon, we take in the local castle and the waterfront. The castle ...