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0115 Escaping the Beach Towns (Por 004, 08A -028) Setubal, February 24, 2008 Day 086: 10 hours, 6.8 kms From Albufeira, I head north, eager to get to Lisbon… But I after three beach towns, I want to taste a “run of the mill” Portuguese city before hitting the capital, and it looks like Setubal will fit the bill. I start out in the downtown shopping area—a couple of quaint little ...
... So Close Yet so Far (Por 041)
Mem Martins, January 5, 2013, Day 179
2 hrs, 5.0 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 37.4 kms
The mountaintop castles of Sintra are clearly visible ahead. And yet... it seems so hard to get to them. The main road heading that way is a non-pedestrian freeway. I zigzag through the backstreets of Mem Martins, hoping to find a road that will take me across the train tracks to start that last climb up to Sintra... but no... it seems everything stops ...
... data, Dave bought a new sim with 30 days of unlimited data for just 2.50€. He still had to put 5€ worth of talk time on it so we could make phone calls. It was a much better plan than our original sim which cost us 10€ with just 250mb of data.
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Getting on the ship was a rough challenge, there were so many people and everything was dirty and unsanitary. I had to push my way through to get a spot to sit in the corner of the ship for the long hour journey. there are so many immigrants literally on the "same boat" as me trying to find better futures and opportunities. I just hope I get to New York ...
... monastery has not had monks in it for over 150 years (since 1834). It is a magnificent building both outside and in. Each piece of golden stone has been chiselled into a fretwork of fine detail. Sacred to St Jerome is the lion. There was a dry lion fountain in the central courtyard and yet more around the feet of the tomb of the national writer and historian, Alexandre Herculano.