Pousada de Alcacer do Sal Dom Afonso II
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... massive cloverleafs. Again, the low level of traffic gave us extra space and reaction time to avoid another turn while bring rerouted. Leaving Lisbon, we crossed the most extraordinary bridge we have seen. The modern design was beautiful and the size and length rivaled the bay bridge going into St Petersburg, Fla. Once we cleared the bridge, Setubal was just a few miles away and again the GPS took us right to the parking lot of our inroute hotel ...
... We left when happy hour was over substantially drunk and decided to smoke a joint. Orson took one drag and munted on the sidewalk, before demanding we smoked another which we all knew was a bad idea. We all walked home considerably inebriated and before too long you and Sophie were both munting in the bathroom, at one point together in the shower. We all passed out at god knows when. I love you despite your munting, ...
... and daughter had joined the family meanwhile and Jacques had cooked a wonderful dinner and we enjoyed a great evening all together until we left and said goodbye to everyone. We made Luis promise to come to visit us the first weekend in October, I hope it'll be possible for him !! 20th We left around 11 and it took us about 3:45 to get to Coimbra. The way to get there was beautiful and nature is changing a lot with much more green and lovely little villages and ...
We took the A road to Alcacer, through cork plantations and past Agua des Moures (a Moorish watering hole) and Gambia (a village filled with the descendants of African slaves). Wanda was a fount of information on the history of everything we passed.
Alcacer do Sal means 'Castle of the Salt trade', and as such it has a castle on the small hill that has been turned into a pousada (hotel). White houses cascade ...
... needing to do a visit!!!
So life in the van has become much more 'normal' now. We have all got use to the space. The boys still have a few battles at night when they go to bed but bless them they are sleeping in the same bed although with separate bedding! Apart from that Dixie is providing all we need. We have got shopping down to a fine art now and we can fit into the cupboards and fridge enough for about 4-5 days (providing the boys don't go ...