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... and doesn't like spontaneity. But we were off. My body doesn't feel so good so it ends up being more of a run/walk. I am hoping to end down by the river where I dream there would be a path to run on- but instead we turned the wrong way (I only learned later from Ludi as we drove past the right way) We went down to the old industrial area and then to the docks. We searched everywhere for coffee but could not ...
... hour which is apparently 6 PM.
It is interesting to find people some proud of their history. Since so many people speak some English (Joe and I certainly don’t Portuguese) it hasn’t been difficult to communicate. We have had more than one person tell us a historical story about Portuguese that happened 100s of years ago. The Portuguese citizens we met are certainly proud of the role their country has played in the ...
... a huge deal in Australia...we have food from everywhere. If any other human has tried one of these tarts and gone back to Australia to live... Surely they would have made it their first priority to introduce the goodness of these small golden circles of joyous mouth sensations to those they love, then those people extend the goodness, then those....and by now, we should have all had the opportunity to become addicted and obese.
... we drove along the street where all the designer shops were located. It was the Lisbon equivalent of the Champs Elysees. Then he drove us to a castle for a beautiful view of the city, the Castle of St. George.
We returned to Cascais for a gourmet Portuguese dinner. Long night, but great ...
Monday 27/1On the recommendation of my host Ricardo, I caught a train out to
Sintra, a small historical town to the north-west of Lisbon. I'd
never before heard of the place but Sintra was a real highlight of my
travels, a pretty little place full of UNESCO-listed, 19th
century Romantic architecture. Passing through the town centre and
past the Sintra National Palace, with its two immense white chimneys,
I got to ...