Hotel Lisboa Tejo
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... As a minor diversion, there was a "Chocoholic Buffet" at the Mediocre Restaurant this afternoon. I went on time and queued for ten minutes with lots of moaning old people. I got right to the door when I realised I had not got my camera with me. So I trudged back to the room, got the camera and went and queued up all over again. I was thinking "this had better be a damn good chocolate buffet".
The buffet included a chocolate fountain which was ...
... looks amazing. St Fatima altar at side.
Nap at hotel then took funicular (Elevator da Gloria) by Rossio station to Bairro Alto area high above Lisbon. In Sao Pedro Park we had beautiful views of city facing south including castle on hill. The park had beautiful trees and a fountain. We walked along very narrow steep cobblestone streets with narrow sidewalks. Sao Roque church ...
... little town wondering what the late Monday afternoon trading spike was caused by!
While there we also had a sunset dinner at Europe's most western point, which was pretty amazing. Unfortunately our time on thd beaches - which are lovely and the best we've seen since we left - was marred by wind and so there was no walking on the beach (this was serious wind).
On our way out of Peniche and add we headed north we speed at the lighthouse at Nazare which ...
... it without stumbling and drenching our bags thank goodness, and are now sheltering in our room, hoping out stuff will dry quickly!!! My pants are actually fine as could roll them up to mid thigh!! Luckily had my black stretchy ones on! A bit of an adventure. So glad we didn't go to Sintra where the weather was meant to be even worse.... Looking forward to our dinner at Solar dos Presuntos which Amr has found even has a Michelin star...will ...
... the extent they needed. It was not until the 1960s, far later than in other countries, were steps taken toward a modern state-run welfare system. As could be expected, the services this system provided were incomplete, irregular, and woefully underfunded. Urban centers received some benefits, but almost none went to the countryside. During the revolutionary 1970s, numerous health and social welfare programs were established, but only in the 1980s ...