Pensao Pica Pau
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... a map on the ground at a lot
of the battle sites & explain how it happened. I wish I could remember a
fraction of the information she told us. Overall, the battlefield tours in both
Turkey & The Western Front were very interesting & informative.
I am going to attempt to post this tonight.
I’m sorry I’m so late, but I am really struggling for spare time. Those on
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... the Lisbon elite who resided in the nearby citadel. We wandered the walls and found a few prime lookout spots for a photo or two before heading down for a bite to eat amongst the peacocks. We had no idea why all the souvenir shops had these birds everywhere. Now we understand. Now to pack and prepare Aimee's nerves for tomorrow's adventure. Hiring a car and driving 3 hours south to the bottom of the country for the remainder of our time on the continent. Lagos here we ...
... through the elegant old town past the the Citadel ( military fortress) located on the right bank of the Tagus river.
Found a bike hire place for 8 E near the marina and cycled the path following the coast northwards.
Passed so many beautiful sights:
Santa Maria a beautiful creek/ inlet swimming in green water at the foot of a ...
Lisbon was under a dictatorship for 40 years until the Friendly Revolution. The revolution started with a certain song playing on the radio and ended with revolutionaries carrying red carnations in their gun barrels. No one died during this revolution. Portugal produces 80% of the worlds cork. Port wine is also a product of Portugal. Cascais was our first stop. It is a resort town on the eastern coast ...
... sunny and warm....for the next 10 days! I just ducked out to the bakery next door to pick up buns (still warm!) to go with our breakfast with cheese, tomatos, cucumbers, fruit and coffee. We are planning our day as we watch Olympics in German, and continue an on-going battle on the scrabble board. We plan to have lunch today at the fire hall. Yes, the firemen put on a lunch every day to raise funds. A 3 course traditional Portuguese meal, with some choices (ie stew or fish) for ...