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Had breakfast in Al Fresco today for a change. It was lovely. Less choice but still plenty to choose from. We had fruit and yoghurt and then sausages wrapped in bacon. I had an omelette and George had scrambled eggs. After breakfast went ashore and wandered about. We'd both been to Lisbon before so we were happy just to wander till we found a Starbucks for free wifi. Got back to the ship after 3 so most places had finished serving ...
... a lot from the same travel company we were
travelling with, Mat (this is how he spells his name) McLachlan Battlefield
Tours. When we neared the first checkpoint, there were at least 50 buses in
front of us & we were all stopped along the road. I think over 300 busses
were used to carry people there in total. By the time we had been through a
couple of checkpoints & travelled in shuttle buses to a place near the
commemoration site at Anzac ...
... easier to get around; it's basically like Manhattan, an enormous grid system, all squares, with octagonal shaped intersections to increase light in the apartments. All the streets in one direction are named after places around Europe; we were staying on Carre d'Arago. We got up into our apartment and had a reunion with Nim and deejay, who had adored Budapest and decided to go back instead of go to Portugal. It was very nice to see them, although there ...
... of a superior welfare state and the general acceptance of such distinct class differences all but extinguished such class warfare. As the welfare state has eroded, I believe there will be changes Although the days of the Casino Royale during WWII are gone, the idea of the elites and the Portuguese sharing different burdens in Portuguese society will continue and the general acceptance of those who have and everyone else working out of poverty will persist. ...
... out that this was also part of the defenses of the city (and others), in that the attackers had no direct access to get near the castle, and that as the castles were always at the top of a hill, with or without cliffs/rock walls, they were at a distinct disadvantage when they finally arrived at the castle walls.
Exploring in the Alfama district, past houses built everywhich way, we found the statue to St Vincente, ...