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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 ...
... proper has already been officially added (2008A, entry 0115).
I stroll on up the bayside jogging path towards one of Portugal’s engineering marvels: a bridge that spans a very, very wide section of the bay—so wide you can’t see the other side! Quite impressive… except… there are much, much narrower places where they could have built a bridge for a fraction of the cost… Isn’t this maybe a little… wasteful? ...
... There is also an old Basilica where Mass was being said today so we couldn't get inside and at the other end there is the new Basilica. We had our own "miracle" take place today for a couple of friends from Canada who have been missing their luggage since we arrived in Spain 4 days ago. When we got to Lisbon their cases had arrived. As you can imagine we have two very happy people. After about an hour ...
The days have settled into a rhythm now – usually gym, spa, swim, breakfast and then tour or relax. We are meeting some delightful people on this cruise. Its interesting the difference from the passengers on our first cruise. More friendly, sassier dressers – more colour, more bling and more jewelry. They like dancing and walking - are participators not spectators. We met 2 delightful girls in the spa from Siberia yesterday. They couldn't speak a word of English ...
Today we headed off to the convention to attend the Opening Ceremony with great expectations only to have them let down badly.
The ceremony consisted of a group of about twenty dancers singing a local song and leading all of the Rotary International heavies. After a few speeches it was over. Hopefully we will do a better job next year.