Hotel Real Oeiras
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... the apartment from didn’t speak English or
Spanish on the phone. Thank goodness for a information desk person who was
willing to help us on the phone. We took a taxi to the apartment and my initial
impressions of Lisbon is that is was really different then anywhere we had seen
in spain and anywhere I had been in Europe before. We got to the apartment
which is situated right in the middle of the historic center of Lisbon. The
lady was waiting for us at the ...
... for a lock from the front desk to safely store my things (you cannot fit EVERYTHING inside a money belt), I headed back outside. I was exhausted, but I could not wait. Despite the five hour time difference, I knew that I could not succumb to jet lag and that I had to continue my day as I would any day.
After buying my cheap, yet sturdy, five euro Roy Bon sunglasses from a pair of South Asian men down the street, I headed down to the sun-soaked ...
... vase anyway. The show tonight was a double bill, a Flautist (can't remember his name) not my thing, and P P Arnold, she of The First Cut is the Deepest fame back in the 60s. She was ok but not brilliant. We put the clocks forward tonight, yes forward!! So we lose an hours sleep. We will need to do thus again before we reach Southampton as we have been further West and now we are veering back towards the East. ...
... we have no idea why we had not seen it before (I didn't have to keep my bag packed every day for our stay;) ).
In the afternoon we walked the district of Bairro Alto, the neighborhood known for its bars and nightlife, also nice to stroll during the day. We found the stores were all setting up elaborate settings to entice customers into the store at night. The city was holding a 'Vogue night out', a night designed to stimulate the economy through large ...
... cod dish whereas Bacalhau Fresco is fresh cod. Neither of us were sure that this was cod but it was tasty and, of course, it was salty. It was definitely not dried as we saw what they cooked. It was a good evening and the waiters were really great with a lot of interaction and bantering going on between us. Some red house wine helped things along. The coffee afterwards was excellent as most of the coffee we have had on this trip has been.