Residencial Lar do Areeiro
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... Mile” or Rodeo Drive. Jim suggested and we all agreed that looking for a restaurant along the way would be more enjoyable than going all the way back to the Intercontinental, showing and changing before beginning another marathon walk to dinner.
There was an enticing narrow street across from the train station. The entryway from Avenida da Liberdade was a mesmerizing set of building completely covered in tiles. Trying to take in the beauty of the tile and ...
Lisbon, the most
westerly capital in Europe, was very near the top of Roger's bucket
list (Veronica had been there before) hence he was up in the cold
dawn morning to witness mv Astor sail under the “25th
April” (formerly Salazar Bridge before he was deposed in 1974)
suspension bridge which dominates the Lisbon skyline. Built in 1966,
and at about 2 kms long, it is the longest suspension bridge in
Europe. It spans the Tagus River from Lisbon on ...
SAN SEBASTIAN SPAIN / LISBON PORTUGAL The last 4 days have been in San Sebastián, Spain. On the way to our apartment by taxi, we were astonished by how amazing San Sebastian was. It was like a city on a really crowded beach. Arriving at our apartment, our first sight was a lovely white small house on the beach. The next 2 days, We spent on the beach. About three hundred metres off the beach was ...
... of the golden gate. He ate freshly grilled squid, followed by freshly boiled snails and drank beers by the giant Jesus statue. We met up in the evening, exchanged notes on our day's activities and had our caricatures drawn in charcoal by a talented local artist down one of the cobble-stoned streets in Lisbon.
Madrid was the next stop scheduled for our great adventure. We had arranged to get a lift there with a Spanish couple offering a ride on blablacar. They were to pick us ...
... ve visited appear to place a lot of value on home life, the perspective on welcoming guests into the home has varied widely from country to country. Why is it that people who share common similarities in other human interactions differ so much in their approach to welcoming others into their homes? In grappling with this question, I decided to focus on two places with opposite approaches to welcoming houseguests – Barcelona and Fez.