Residencial Flor da Baixa
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... trails, cliffs and obstacle course tyle activities with cables strung between the trees... a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of crowded Lisbon. The aqueduct also runs through the park--although it's not quite as impressive when its at ground level or below--still nice to get a better feel for the full extent of this massive project
1440. Hiking the Lisbon Suburbs (Por 034)
Buraca, January 5, 2013, Day 179
1 hr, 2.0 kms
Finally I reach the edge ...
... sardines are a favorite too, sometimes on top of a salad, or as an appetizer such as the Degustation de Sardinhas I had in Braga, which was three different kinds of canned sardines.
Shellfish often comes in very soupy dishes in Portugal, such as Arroz de Mariscos. Rice dishes are generally much wetter in Portugal than Spanish Paella or Italian risottos, usually a big bubbling pot of rice and sauce and protein – Arroz de Mariscos (seafood rice), Arroz de ...
... headed down the street and found a place that did a pork and clam dish. Delicious! We stopped at a small bar (seats 2 inside and 4 outside) had a Ginjinha (a local cherry liqueur) and tarts. Ginjinha tastes like cough medicine but much nicer, less cherry flavour, go figure.
We then went for a walk to the Pantheon (free entry on the first Sunday of the month). There is no one interred at this Pantheon, just empty sarcophaguses with plaques. It ...
... the traffic jam to a small square where the youngsters danced and raced quad bikes around a sculpture of Vasco de Gama, (the famous Portuguese explorer) chanting ‘’championes, championes’’ and swept along by the crowd (well if you can’t beat em) we enjoyed the atmosphere. A football result stopped us from remembering Beja for more than being just plain dull.
We left Beja and travelled west through Portugal’s ...
... At the end of the street is Rossio Square. I intended to catch the train here but a bit knackered and struggling with my luggage. As usual, packed too much ****. Some will have to go or getting from A to B will be a nightmare. Ventured out for a walk in the afternoon to check out the lie of the land. Bureau de Tourismo just around the corner so now armed with pamphlets. Stopped in an ancient old church to listen to the choir then had my first taste of the local liqueur ...