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... oil on a plate with some pepper, cracked open the sliding glass doors out to our private roof deck and ripped apart the bread, finishing the entire loaf and half a bottle of wine over the course of an hour or so. It was a great ending to a good day of travel and rest for a full day of touring Lisboa ahead of us. After catching up on some emails and posting to Instagram, our condo had free wifi as well, we hit the sack for a much needed rest. Miles walked: ...
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We're thinking of you all in Auckland, what with news of horrible weather, broken power lines, flooding, power cuts, etc. Hopefully, you're all safe and well.
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We took our first tour of the trip; a - what turned out to be - personalised tour where we (Fongs, Chows) were the only passengers on the ...
While legend says Lisbon was founded by Ulysses and was called Olisipo after him, it was more likely that the area was founded by the Phoenicians as far back as 1200BC.
Over the centuries, the city has had its fair share of bad luck. In the 1300s, the Black Death devastated the population, while in 1755 a large portion of the city was destroyed by an earthquake – many of the destroyed buildings were rebuilt by the Marquis de Pombal.
... of pretzels. Gone are the open bottles of wine, replaced by small plastic bottles of cheap wine. Gone is the dish ware. Gone is the ice cream cart for dessert. Sigh.......I did watch the "the wolf of Wall Street" while eating a mediocre dinner. We both slept fitfully 4-6 hours, arriving in London at noon (4 AM Seattle time) local time.
Heathrow is such a busy airport. You need at least 2-3 hours to make a plane transfer. We had to go from terminal 5 ...
... Visigoths, and eventually the Moors. It served as a Moorish royal residence until Portugal's first king Afonso Henriques captured it in 1147 with the help of northern European crusaders on their way to the Holy Land.