Residencial Estoril Lisboa
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... and street level storefronts inexplicably becoming familiar in just the few hours we have been here. All I could say to Anne: “Really? Really?!” We had followed Vasco’s advice and without even trying had gotten lost and found our way back to our own very block. We opted for the mini mercado where two single liters of Sangres beer, one bottle of red wine, and crackers cost less than I could believe. Back to the ...
... glass. The waitress gave us a card to operate it that kept track of how much we were spending. They had about 10 different reds to try but we soon found we were making too many trips to the wine machine so instead of the tiny tasting pours we decided on one for a full glass. The tapas were pretty good but our waitress was slammed and she got our order wrong and we had to wait about 30 minutes for a bill. We tried to walk around a bit after dinner because the rain had stopped but ...
... welcomes the immigration of people from their former colonies, considering them to be Portuguese and granting them citizenship in most cases. This welcoming attitude goes along with other cultural traits.
Traditional cultural aspects of Portugal also includes the music fado (translated as ‘fate”), and the many culinary dishes made from codfish or bacalhau. One can go to many venues and see fado performed live. This type of music has ...
We next visited the National Palace of Sintra. It is famous for its two HUGE conical shaped chimneys that lead from the kitchen. We also found the animal head serving dishes interesting.
... head for the Praca Do Comercio the square by the sea. I think I've figured out the allure that Lisbon has for me. It has one thing the other large European cities (Rome, Athens, Paris) I've been to don't - water. It's right on the ocean, befitting a small country which was once one of the greatest seafaring forces of the world. From Henry the Navigator to Vasco De Gama to the Azores significance in WWII. They ARE about the ...