Residencial Estoril Lisboa
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... sight boasting relics and architecture from the Turks as early as the 5th centry. Then you also find 12 and 13 century castle walls and fortress mots. Daniel got excited and exclaimed "This is the first real castle I have ever been to!" That was worth the price of admission.
Also on sight were ancient roman relics in a special area of the sight that was still being excavated. You could look down to see how many centuries ...
... lined which softens the hardness of the modern multi storey buildings. A typical site are buildings covered in colourful tiles or the buildings are painted in different pastel colours. The first place we got off the bus was Belem, a coastal district of Lisbon. It's a gorgeous old town, and home of the most famous Portuguese tart bakery so we bought a couple. They were good but I think the tarts we get at Fernando's in Dulwich Hill are better. We walked along the ...
Saying goodbye to our ultra-cute French winemaking host we set off towards Spain. Out first Spanish experience was to be San Sebastian. With a lot of hype around it, the rainy weather made us a little put off. Luckily, a day walking through the old town, sampling Pintxos and Sangria quickly changed our tune. As the sun shined on the second afternoon the whole town came alive with a far different feel ...
An 11 hour train journey from Madrid to Lisbon through the night. What a ride. The train was old... Like REAL old. Some of the wheels had to be square. The tracks must have been made of chipped wood....it felt like it was falling apart. We were in a carriage with chatty people and broken seats, so sleeping wasn't going to come easily. At 3am we were stopped at the boarder while police came and checked passports. There were a couple of issues so it took some time. We also stopped quite a ...
understandably famous in Lisbon for being the best. I strolled along
the river to an enormous monument to Portugal's sailers and explorers
of old, then back towards central Lisbon. I watched the sunset from
beneath the massive suspension bridge, a structure reminiscent of San
Francisco's Golden Gate, that crosses the Rio Tejo. Back at Ricardo's
I cooked myself a delicious dinner of fresh Atlantic Salmon, a good
way to end my last night in mainland ...