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1438. The Last of the Old Streetcars (Por 032)
Colares, January 4, 2013, Day 178
3 hrs, 5.0 kms
I follow a peaceful tree lined road to another full size town with a creek running through it and some large, nicely fixed up wine cellar bodega style buildings...
Then open countryside... and finally the Atlantic Ocean.
Actually, this ...
... unprepared for what it actually is. When I ordered it the waiter looked at me kind of funny and asked me if I might instead prefer a serving of clams. The dish that arrived was topped with clams, lobster meat, and lots of shrimp covering an unusual sort of bready goo. The owner of the restaurant later explained to me they usually don’t encourage foreigners to order the dish because most don’t like it. The main part of the dish is essentially moistened ...
... streets and home of Fado (local folk music).
Oh, the place had a washing machine, but no detergent, so we had to get searching, we got some, and then immediately did some laundry!
With the help of Yelp, and also, we passed by this place on the way to our accommodation, we ended up at a restaurant. For E$37, we had a delicious seafood meal and tried their savoury bread pudding thing (like mashed potatoes).
We had just spent ...
... restaurant with Fado playing out front and then proceeded to get the worse service at a restaurant our whole trip. It really was a **** day and hoped tomorrow would be better. We really loved Lisbon and would have loved a bit more time to explore all the cobbled lane ways, shops, bars, restaurants but we had to move on. Would highly recommend anyone to visit as it has loads to offer everyone from families to young couples and no doubt a pretty happening single ...
... work when the phone dies!
We figure out where we are when we come out at the SÉ, and see a small restaurant here called Cruzes Credo Cafe. We spot curry, AND vegetarian on the menu and decide it's time to eat. Small, and yes, until apparently May, they can still smoke IN restaurants in Portugal.
That said, It is a neat spot in an old building plus an outside area. Donna & I both order curry (vegetarian & chicken), a beer (her new ...