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... away. The restaurant could only squeeze us in at 7 p.m. I mention this point because although we were the second to arrive, the two large dining rooms never really filled completely as the evening progressed.
Now this is an experience that will be recalled many times in the years to come. I believe Jim, Steve, Chuck and Jerry will never forget the experience. The decor was dark beams across white plastered ceiling, endless herald shields ...
... The look was a bit like
the Europe I recall when I started rail travel on the continent about 25 years
ago, or more recently in the former communist countries where things aren’t
quite as developed yet. It’s a contrast to Spain where the trains are modern
and state of the art on almost all routes, move fast, and actually keep to
schedule. There’s much about Portugal that’s really quite quaint, something
that can be taken as either good or bad.
... clued up so just accepted the bread, cheese and choritzo and ordered one main to share instead of two which was well worth it anyway as it was huge.
Mamma wasn't cooking tonight so we went out to look for a nice romantic restaurant for dinner but instead we ended up with a really **** one with a really **** meal. Mine was not too bad, a massive salmon steak, but Kate ordered some german sausage which was just a frankfurter with cuts in it and ...
... after 5pm but it took us another 3 hours to get from the Lisbon bus station to our hostel and by the time we got there we were over it! We had to take local bus 758 from the main bus station in to town and then catch a tram. There were 2 local bus stops on neighbouring corners that both had 758 written on them. We were standing at the wrong one and watched 2 buses, about 15 minutes apart, cruise straight passed us before we realised what was going on and decided to move. We had ...
... an amateur architect from Germany, was instrumental himself in many of the finer details and the end result is a crazy mix match of Islamic, classical, romantic, medieval and naturalistic elements, painted in the most gaudy colours available at the time. It's awesome and I have never seen anything like it before, it is truly a one of a kind... A long, hot and tiring day combined with the lingering effects of a few too many drinks the night before at ...