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... the middle of the town. Looks like it's going to be a central feature in my hike west.
A high percentage of people of African descent in these neighborhoods--but not the feel of a mono-ethnic ghetto anywhere.
1439. A Night Hike in the Wrong Direction (Por 033)
Amadora, January 4, 2013, Day 178
3 hrs, 2.6 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 18.6 kms
It's almost dark when I get to Sintra, but I'm still thirsty for a little more adventure. I figure, why not ...
... out a sample platter of the pork and beans stew that looked really good, so I decided to go for it. I requested the full portion for two Euros more than the half size, and out came a massive dish of beans with tender stewed pork and a side of white rice, not exactly haute cuisine but absolutely delicious. In a mountain town in the Serra da Estrela I had a different version of the dish – Feijoada de Javeli (beans with wild boar).
While there’s not ...
Before actually getting in to Lisbon, we made a quick stop at Nazarene. This is a spot know for its huge record breaking waves. We got there on a normal day and those waves were still huge. It was amazing to see them. When we arrived in Lisbon, we found that our apartment is located right on a Main Street with a famous trolley car that is on many postcards. It was also located in a perfect spot. We were ...
... Chicken that N had found on the internet. It was something special. The sauce is more of a chilli oil that you brush on the chicken as you please.
We took the famous 28 tram to the other end of town to check out the cemetery. It was quite unusual, coffins were clearly visible in the crypts and corpses seemed to have "abandoned" their crypts or have tried.
Every Saturday and Tuesday there is a Flea market near where we were staying. ...
... days of the year, we’d arrive on the wrong day or pick the wrong place like Beja! However, we found a camp site just outside the city where we spruced ourselves up and drove further to Belem, famous for its world heritage Belem Tower and the spectacular Jeronimos Monastery where we stayed in a free parking area, overlooking the river Tagus
My brother Sean and sister in law Pat met us in Lisbon on Saturday and we had some fun working out the complex ...