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... scene or even a whole wall or altar backdrop. Most dated back to the 1600s. Drove back to the camp on the riverbank. Two young fellows came to chat - one German, one Dutch, they had met in Aus., and were now doing a year travelling together. Great chat about their time in Aus. and their ongoing plans. Just about to go to bed. "Hallo, neighbour" and tapping at the door. A beggar with a long story of his friends abandoning him! Finally, ...
... with the clock moving fast towards dinner time, we moved in the direction of the old area called Alfama, where fado was invented. There we enjoyed once more delighting view over the river and the red roofs, and had another hearty seafood dinner in a small square in the middle of the area. Tonight, we leave Lisbon, after a last visit to the Belem area, and we drive towards the south, stopping close by in ...
Waking up the port of Lisbon. My first visit to Portugal which I was very excited about. We had a day of running our next show "My Generation" which is all the 60s music. A real fun show to do and we're quite pleased about the fact we only have 2 costumes for the show. During lunch I got off the ship for about ten minutes just for the sake of it. The sun was shining and with it being the ...
... have a map of the walking or biking trails in the area. I felt this would be handy if we hired bikes for the day. The guy with the bikes suggested consulting google maps, but this is only a solution for people who don't have to pay international data-roaming charges.
We took a break on an outdoor cafe. My limited (read non-existent) Portuguese bought me a coffee, which turned out to ...
... Jesuit Church in Portugal and was their home church for over 2 centuries until the Jesuits (and others) were expelled from the country. There were the usual ornate chapels around the inside perimeter of the church but one of them is more special. The Chapel of St. John the Baptist was constructed in Rome of precious stones, disassembled and reconstructed in Sao Roque.
In the 16th century Lisbon was affected by ...