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He laid six cards out face down. "Think of a card," he said to Min. "Now, think of a number between one and six." Four. "Turn the fourth card over. Is that your card?" No. "Oh, It's gone wrong again."
I asked Clive where he learned these tricks. "On the Tomson ship. There was a magician, he was brilliant. He sold me six tricks." Sold you six tricks? You mean you paid Money for them? "Er, yes." and ...
... so we went for a quick lunch, then got into our rooms, and then went on another daunting Intrepid walk. The temperature was expected to be in the high 30s or low 40s but it seemed nowhere as hot as that.
Just a mere mid 30’s I’d say at a guess.
Our first place of call in the afternoon was the castle that dominates the skyline and which we can see from our hotel window – Castelo de ...
Lisbon is situated on the Tagus River and we docked adjacent to the April 25th Bridge, so named as the date of the deposing of the dictator Salazar. A population of only 3 million and a city older than London, Rome or Paris, this was a beautiful and amazing place to visit. In one day we barely skimmed the surface of three districts, Alfama, Baixa and Belem, and would love ...
... out to find our tour. I had booked a tour with Top Day Tours (also known as Spain Day Tours). It took us a few minutes to find them, but by 8:20 everyone who was on the tour was there. It was a cool but beautiful sunny day, so we started out with a walk to one of the main squares of Lisbon. The streets were nearly deserted as it was Sunday morning. Our tour guide, Madelena Ferrao, talked about the history of Lisbon and Portugal as we walked. Much of Lisbon was destroyed ...
Yet another travel day! We met in the lobby at 8:30, then carried on to the train station we had to catch a small train to a bigger station, where we caught another train to Lisbon. Once in Lisbon we dropped our bags and went for a bit to eat, we decided to eat in a local Portuguese restaurant I had some fried cuttlefish and Katie had cod done in a traditional way, both of us were pretty satisfied yum. After lunch our tour leader, Andrea, took us on our orientation walk of Lisbon. ...