Turim Alameda Hotel
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... now with their economy at the brink of collapse, what role these sorts of mega-projects played in pushing this small country far beyond its means.
But for now, I’m just going to enjoy a beautiful backdrop for my videoclip.
The path takes me back into town where I find out that I’m now in "Sacavem". I have succeeded at reaching a new town. Here I soon find a typical town center with a church ...
The one thing I thought might be available and is not is "Bridge Game". You can post a notice and see if you could find some people but nothing organized.
Finally, people who have been used to cruising in the past will likely not like this boat because of the flexible dining and variety of restaurants. They still allow you to choose to be at a fixed time with a group of people but they rotate you through 4 restaurants. We like this because ...
... tourists. I knew this tour would be no different. Yes, it was going to a seven level club, but seven levels of terrible music is not a fun time. I don't know why I signed up. I think I just had an urge to be social. Or maybe I'm just a masochist.
After a few sangrias we were at the first bar, which was empty as expected. I was actually in a decent mood here. I was chatting, not overly intoxicated, and enjoying meeting the others on the tour. All signs pointed to ...
... after waiting a hours. The view was nice, but more than that – We Were Going To Get Up There. And we did. Rejoicing ensued.
By the time we got back to the hotel, we had ate and drank at the local food fair on the plaza and I had had enough. Good night.
On Sunday, Easter Sunday, we joined up with a walking tour. The day was brilliant with a lovely clean breeze and our guide – Raphael – was a joy. He ...
... you stood upon that separated you from the distant past.
After we toured for a good 4 hours it was dark and we started to walk down the narrow cobblestone streets. We walk by a few wine bars that you miss if you blinked. I say this literally more than figuratively because no restaurant or store in Lisbon has a big "store front" they we we do in the us. The door of the restaurant might look like the back door to someones ...