Residencial Estoril Lisboa
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... here, or over emotional moments in FRIENDS (in Phoebe’s music video, when she appears out of the mists to help the cat and starts to sing counts as an emotional moment, right?).
I am slowly getting better though, it seems. Just had a bit of yoghurt and a sip of water and though my stomach still feels a bit distressed, it’s still in there. Things are looking up!
Hopefully I can go back to work soon because you ...
... the King Josephs statute and the entrance gate to the city. After 1910 they had basically a repressive govt led by Salazar. After he died, his party (new states) lived on, but continued to be a repressed state with secret police etc. This government was overthrown by a bloodless coup by the army in 1984. The mighty bridge over the Tajo river was originally opened jn 1966 as the Salazar bridge but was renamed as the 25th April bridge - after the coup ...
... and the
windows opened directly to the street at street level. When I returned around
dusk Saturday evening a bunch of little boys were running around in the alleyway.
I got into my room, had the light on, and the window was open. I noticed one of
the boys looking in…..and as I looked at him he spat at me through the window.
It’s like, “What, do you think I’m German and work for Angela Merkel or
Also in the ...
... but we just got the normal flavor. It was pretty good, not the most filling snack but we indulged and headed on our way. We hadn't gotten a painting of any city we had been to yet, so we wanted to make it a point to get one in Lisbon since we would have more room to pack. We stopped back to the first overlook that we jumped off the train at and visited the artist who was set up there. I'm pretty sure he was under some influence as he explained that ...
Had an eventful sleep, with various apartment members coming and going at all hours, in all manners. No wall or floor insulation in our 4 story building. Anyway, survived and had a nice breakfast looking out over the river. Then off to catch an open top bus which proved disappointing. Half the route was closed, and we were not told. So sought and gained a refund. From there we went to the castle (St Jorge) and went inside for a tour. ...