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... known as Restoradores, saw the city center, and learned that the statue in the middle is of King Peter the Fourth. He was the first emperor of Brazil, which was a Portuguese colony. We also went back to the Trade Square right by the waterfront .
When we got off of the bus, we began to wind our way through the narrow streets of Lisbon on our way uphill. We saw a lot of Al Zulek tiles; the city is known for the Arab inspired tile work ...
... that ended at 2am with me incredulously growling, "Are you already dressed?" at LK who was, not only dressed and packed, but actually clutching the car keys.
LK: I figured getting up thirty minutes in advance of the alarm made little overall difference; I mean, who wants to go to Luton at any time of day really? As we sped through the night, a combination of lack of sleep and margaritas from the previous afternoon forced me ask KK to pull over for me ...
... stick out from the green of the trees. There were even Sequoia’s that came from Oregon. We walked back down the hill from the palace through the gardens which are quiet beautiful – many fountains and ferns and large boulder that seem to have been dropped randomly in place.
Back to town for some lunch, then walked over to the Quinta da Regaleira in the pouring rain. Have you ever tried to share an umbrella with Brad? It’s not ...
... a lot of parks. 30 today but I'm so acclimatised by now, anything less would seem cool. The 7 hills add variety to the landscape and make it interesting to travel around. Sales here too but mostly closed. Prices seem good, petrol €1.60/litre, oranges €.75/kg, at a cafe chips €3.75, Mateus rose 1/2 bottle is €7.5. Am sitting in the pedestrian mall as close as possible to ...
... one of the best examples of 19th century romanticism expression in the world and is totally bonkers. The building started as a middle age chapel originally built in the 14th century. In the 1750s the monastery (as it was by then) was severely damaged by the Lisbon earthquake and was abandoned. In 1838 the king acquired the ruins, along with the moor castle and the surrounding countryside and set out to build a summer palace for the royal family. ...