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... like from the same year. They are so effective cute and picturesque. Why do we always feel we have to reinvent and improve upon the wheel? We had trolly's in LA until lobbist for Ford and Good year tire fought to have them removed to increase the car market and increase their own wealth and market shares- contributing to pollution...ok Ill get off my tangent. Did I mention Lisbon is beautiful?
The Castro de Sao Jorge is a ...
... I had 2 wines and was off my nut, Jus thinks it was that we hadn't eaten much all day so dinner last night was room service. Today, we had a good breakfast before setting out. We have a few must-do areas around Lisbon and Sintra which is about 20kms south so we got on the Hop On Hop Off bus which has a stop not far from our hotel and also has a good deal whereby we get 2 days getting around Lisbon, a shuttle bus to Sintra and 1 day around Sintra. The streets are ...
... vineyards spending our day cycling around wineries and testing out the local produce. All were phenomenal and got only better the more we tasted. Now with an extra bed in Harold he is far more functional for three, albeit a little cosy but nothing like some team building in close quarters. Toilet and general hygiene borders have been crossed and crossed again and now, much like the European Union, there are no borders what ...
... 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 ...
... vertically, with apparently no other features; a small foam ball
placed on the end of a standing 2m length of wire; and a canvas that
had been painted entirely black. People pay good money for this sort
of thing, but only a fraction of the collection appealed to me.When the rain finally ceased I went to a nearby bakery, from where I got a few small 'Pastreis de Belem', a kind of custard tart with a glazed
top – though you can get them anywhere, those from ...