Hotel do Chiado
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... claim and that’s when I almost had a heart attack because my suitcase was not on the SATA luggage belt. My biggest fear when flying is that my suitcase is going to open up and I’m going to be waiting at the belt watching my clothes come out one by one! You would think I’d be afraid of the actual flying part, but no. I asked a guy if he knew if there were more suitcases coming and he told me that all the luggage was mixed up for ...
... 8221; in Lisbon, with the most fearsome certainly being the mountain that St. George’s Castle is perched atop (more on this in a moment).
Going back to the escalators, after realizing that I had not suffered from some sort of serious delusion, I got onto the first set of 4 or 5 escalators that were in series. After riding these escalators all the way to the top of the metro station to its exit, I discovered we essentially cut across town, but via ...
... when you go to a beach and the ones that were being sold in the market area cold have bought me 3 suits for the price they were selling them! So we managed to get a couple of extra towels from the hotel and headed to the beach to spend the rest of the afternoon.
We only made it about 30 minutes before it started getting too hot to sit on the sand. The breeze which had been there yesterday was gone today. That meant I was going to have
to tough it out ...
... stay awake long enough to go to the concert. They were starting their European segment of the tour. We also found our way to the supermarket, to pick up breakfast and snacks. Anita, I thought of you as I picked up Snickers for the road.
In the end, we did not get to the concert, and called it a night around 9pm. I was very impressed with how well everyone handled themselves on little sleep. Tomorrow we are doing super touristy things in Belém!
... to Washington palms, mega banana trees, an elephant yucca and an intricately woven dragon tree. We took photos in the roots of the banyan. The oriental garden was a maze of little paths and bridges. The greenhouse was a derelict monument to better days.
We took the ferry back across the Tagus's sparkling waters. It was full of commuters, who must have one of the nicest commutes in the ...