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... has spent at least 1 day sick at home. Here we are: living the healthy lifestyle, laying miserably in bed, waiting for it to be over. The majority of those that got sick went home to suffer through a nasty cold, but I am lucky to have escaped that fate. Instead, I lie in bed not being able to consume much without seeing it in reverse about 15 minutes later and too feeble to do anything besides sobbing over pictures of my cats that make me wish ...
... Venetians and Moors have all conquered the city and left their mark behind.
The king was overthrown in 1910 and that saw Portugal become a republic. The guide proudly remind us that they were never part of Spain but did share a king for a while. There is a tower down town built by Gustav Eiffel. Our guide suggests we use google earth and look at the squares of downtown Lisbon. He states it looks like Art. We go back to where we were last night ...
... such emotion expressed in the extreme since the few
hours I spent in Naples in 2003 on my way to Pompeii, where yelling and crying
and fighting and obscene gestures seemed to occur spontaneously almost
constantly. Maybe the Sevillanos were just on their best behavior during Semana
Santa and now their true nature is showing again!
Some of my personal experiences on my last day in Spain
weren’t that positive. My hostel room in Cadiz was on the ...
... city and check out the castle. We walked thru the castle and took a bunch of pictures of the city and the river. The castle itself wasn't anything great but we walked around the whole thing. After we left we grabbed a snack at a restaurant close by. The Portuguese are known for their sweet snacks and this was another one of their most popular choices, the Nata, which is a round cupcake looking snack with the top cut off and filled with a creme. There are a ton ...
... Been almost a month in Portugal, and we saw our first SB! Couldn't resist, had to go in and have the usual. Made it all the way back to Palacio Belmonte where we had first stayed when we first arrived in Portugal, and even managed to walk all the way back in the dark after a few glasses of ...