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... kind of makes of for it. Passing through the plaza in a busy part of town, I see a group of people all wearing t-shirts with hearts on them and approaching random strangers. At first it looks like a fundraiser or campaign of some short--but no, it's Brazilian based denomination that is taking its message to the streets.
I'd like to do a little socializing, so when an attractive young Brazilian girl approaches me, I decide to play along
"Is there something that you ...
... restaurants. OK, so we're not quite the seafood gourmands we thought we were, but tonight it HAS to be. We owe it to Portugal!
We drive and it rains, and after about 30 curvy, hilly (how unusual!) minutes we arrive. Not much going on in Sesimbra - not a beach day, but the restaurants are reopening for dinner and we walk the esplanade and check out menus along the way. Restaurante Canhao is where we end up. Donna picked it because the name reminded her of Canada, I picked it ...
... a tree-lined park running along the centre, with perspective-fooling, zig-zag, floor tiling made from small stones. The zigs became far more ziggy, the closer you were. A few metres further and they appeared as gentle as lapping waves.
We found the tourist office, built over Roman fish salting pits, which you could view through the glass floor. We got a map of the town, but no-one ...
... which is something that we don’t use a lot of at home.
- loved their goat and sheep cheeses. Oddly enough it was probably less salty than the varieties we get at home. There is also a variety of goats cheese here called drunken goats cheese which ...
... quake, the city turned into an inferno, as overturned cooking fires and fallen candles ignited raging fires. The fires blazed for five days, ravaging the downtown from the Bairro Alto across Rossio to the castle atop the Alfama. Of Lisbon's 270,000 citizens, up to 90,000 may have perished. This earthquake, one of the most violent in recorded history, was the first one to be studied methodically, marking the beginning of the science of seismology,"