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... headed for Lisbon. Once in the river as the two channels met we were very nicely pushed at one stage 9knots along.
We moored in the main marina not far from town and then headed off and explored Lisbon - it's just great - full of atmosphere, history, interesting architecture and most of all great restaurants.
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The highlight of our day was finding the Palacete Chafariz S’El Rei Hotel and restaurant!!!! It is a six room hotel built on top of what appears to be ruin on the waterfront street. We had seen the flowers cascading from the top of the abandoned first building the previous night. It would appear that the hotel may exceed our travel budget but ...
... roadside hut playing good music and sat down for a $2 half litre of beer. The hookers out the front weren't actually hookers at all... They were waitresses. Even the homeless man lying on the bench was nice. He seemed high from some thick brown liquid he was drinking out of a pineapple juice carton, but he was smiling and getting ready for a nap.
It was a nice afternoon. No more rain.... Fingers crossed it holds off for the rest of the trip ...
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Anyway back to the roof. The view was stunning and the sun was glaring. I had on my winter coat, a remnant of Madrid, and after taking some pictures I realized I should go back and change into a summer dress and a cardigan. The roof felt really dangerous but the view was
fantastic. Lisbon was actually just a city of great views. Most of our visits were one viewpoint after another. We first walked down ...
... of the qualities of the man who held his crew together as he sailed around the world.
[oh dear! Time has past since my last blog. I have just completed the second stage of my journey, a less demanding but equally important as a Marist- a pilgrimage to places of our origins in the dramatically beautifully but ruggered area in Southern France known as the Bugey. A little more on that with photos later, but I mention a visit to Le Puy which has been ...