Hotel Olissippo Oriente
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... not too commercial and probably one of our favourite places so far, we only stayed for a short while, as we’re on the home run but we’ll definitely go back. As the town was a good twenty minutes walk from the camp site we cycled through the old docks which although very industrial, overlook some pretty little bays with fishing boats resting on its sandy shores and then we visited the brilliant indoor the market and bought fresh fruit and vegetables ...
... the most misunderstood and abused inhabitants of life in one’s closeness. Thinking back on it I think I was trying to come up with too grandiose a theory to explain why Europeans tolerated bugs so much. Most Europeans I have spoken with say they only tolerate bugs so that they may benefit from the occasional cool breeze from outside. While most people I spoke with did not claim to appreciate having the bugs in ...
... again. Sitting on the balcony, sipping on a beer and absolutely enjoying life.
Was time to go see some Fado. We'd chosen to see it at A. Baiuca in Alfama. A very cosy little restaurant with a bar, kitchen band area and room for about 20 - 25 guests. This place was tiny, smaller than our lounge room! They take your orders and get set in for the singing. Fado, it's like a folksy-blues style music. It's also a very guttural sounding. I won't go into much detail ...
... bars and Flamenco dancing. I didn’t’ waste much time sampling some of the tapas on offer on just about every street in the city. The concept is a good one, and it’s too bad more countries don’t do the same. Most places have appetizers, but, really, it’s just not the same. The range of tapas on offer is mind blowing and most of the time I didn’t know for sure what I was going to get. At the cost of 2 to 3 euros per tapa I ...
... with each other’s. We spent almost two hours there just wandering around and seeing it all. Then we walked right to the bus station and took our train to Cascais. We spent the whole afternoon on the beach and were well satisfied when we got back to our hostel.
The next morning we needed to get up at 4:30am to make it to the airport, and once we were back in Madrid thankfully there were still seats open on the ...