Residencial Lar do Areeiro
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... the centre. It obviously keeps busy hence the late hours. We were also able to drop off our laundry - it will all be washed, dried and folded by tomorrow afternoon - perfect. The complex is walking distance from our apartment but you don't really want to walk it too late at night. We miss the Blains who shared our first week with us - we had a fun, jam packed first week with lots of laughs. it's very quiet with just the 3 of us now ...
... the number 28 Tram which is apparently worth riding on is packed, so we pass.
By late afternoon the city is packed with marathon runners. It seems there is a marathon race on this evening, there are 10,000 runners.
Well by now we have seen enough today so its home time for tea.
The Lisbon airport is fairly close to the city which makes it easy to get to and from, but the noise woke me this morning. There were a lot of early ...
This morning we had a half-day bus tour of Lisbon. We're at the point in our travels where big cities don't hold much charm any more; the rural life has much more appeal to us. However we climbed on to the bus, and visited several interesting places, with opportunities for tours and photos. Lisbon really is an interesting city, and we didn't do it justice.
One of the most famous landmarks is the ...
... than the usual skirt steak and French fries that seems to constitute the majority of the Portuguese diet. What I noticed almost immediately about this restaurant was the clientel. As opposed to the normal, slower paced and atypical Portuguese you might find at most other cafes around town this restaurant had a much faster pace and business feel.
As I began the normal procession towards people watching I noticed a mix of and ...
... again. Sitting on the balcony, sipping on a beer and absolutely enjoying life.
Was time to go see some Fado. We'd chosen to see it at A. Baiuca in Alfama. A very cosy little restaurant with a bar, kitchen band area and room for about 20 - 25 guests. This place was tiny, smaller than our lounge room! They take your orders and get set in for the singing. Fado, it's like a folksy-blues style music. It's also a very guttural sounding. I won't go into much detail ...