Hotel do Chiado
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... bought some paintings at
the bottom- I love buying paintings from original painters… so humbling. We
walked to the Torre de Beleme, which is this huge tower on the water. Amanda
went to the top and me and tamar just enjoyed from a distance while we
stretched our legs. We thought it was funny when a boat of portugese men
floated by us- it was like we were meant to be sitting there. Afterwards, we
caught a cab back to our apartment and learned that we live in ...
... are in no rush to serve you. You should not be in a rush to be served, either. When the set was done, the lights went back up and I ordered my “caldo verde”, a green kale soup with bread. People began to chatter. I tried crossing my legs, but the table was too short. I felt pretty underdressed for such an occasion, but no one seemed to even notice me. Another woman approached the stage, and sang until two in the morning. It was a wonderful first night in Portugal. ...
... me to the ground. It worked out quite well until my flip flop got caught on my bunk and broke. Being so high up you really cut down your intake of water and learn never to eat spitz up there because it will dry your mouth out, you'll drink all your water and than have none left for your dry mouth, you'll have to pee from all the water, and you'll be stuck up there until the daylight where you can see the stairs cause it's so high!! The following day we ...
... is performed live by local artists in the winery. Speaking of Fado, Amalia Rodriques was the Queen of Fado. Bring home one of her CDs and bottles of port wine sampler, indulging oneself in the aromatic and melodic charm of Portugese is not a luxury at all. Boat tour along the river is within an hour, very refreshing after a long walk.
Pena Palace in Sintra is a colorful profusion of ...
... restaurant was very small, but intimate and popular.
We then walked to Barrio Alto, where there were many, many streets of bars and clubs. We stopped by a bar that had a live band that played American music, where I tried a caipirinha drink. It was delicious as it always is. Every bar menu had that drink as one of their top drinks to sell. I wish we were able to go to another bar, but our all day traveling was exhausting.