Hotel Real Oeiras
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... pin bend. When we found the free parking we were looking for, the spaces were taken but as Richard turned the Burkemobil around to go an old Portuguese guy directed us next door where there was plenty of room. Soon the old guy was collecting a euro from us and the convoy of motor homes that had followed and then nipped off to the bar across the road. After a five hour run the next day, we limped into a Biologico parque, our last stop in Portugal with a puncture ...
... for change is presented, they would rather not take a part of it. The very own city is a description of this. If you go to Lisbon you will quickly notice the old fashioned style the city has, and how everyone is actually very old fashioned in their manners and styles. Portugal is a self-styled country comprised of generally reserved and understated people. The Portuguese are traditional and conservative. People do not quickly embrace change and innovation. The ...
... boarders. And obviously several kids splashing around in the shallow areas. The thing that still gets me is that the only people wearing wetsuits were the surfers. Everyone else was just toughing it out. Logan went down to the water and got about ankle deep before coming back up. He said it was so cold it made his body hurt. I took his word for it and stayed on the dry warm sand.
We were on a mission to try and get rid of our pale English skin and ...
... ethos of the city elegant and steeped in history. The first stop was at the monastery of St. Joachim where the tasting of custard tarts at the Pasteis de Belem was enjoyed. The Monument of Christ overlooking the city and protecting it is impressive . Then a stop at the Tower of Belem to take photos including the first seaplane that journeyed across the Atlantic.
In all it was a fascinating tour and a city worth re-visiting as there is so much to ...
... Portuguese dinner with people from our hostel then went out for drinks with some of them afterwards, where we met 2 really nice English guys.
Did a free walking tour around Lisbon city. I tried some of the Portuguese famous sweet bread, Ginja and Espresso.
Got the tram up the hill and went to ...