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... sea motifs evocative of that time of world exploration at sea.
Our last stop included a walking tour through the Alfama district, the oldest neighborhood of Lisbon. We wandered through the narrow and steep streets down to the river, peeking into old alleys and tiny shops, and admiring the wrought iron balconies and white washed walls with old tile panels.
I have to confess that the BEST thing that ...
... person who will always be in my heart. Me and Tamar
took the metro to the airport, which Im so proud of because it coasted us 1.75
euro instead of a 30 euro cab ride. The terminal we flew out of was terminal 1
and we got there at 1:45 with tons of time to spare for our 4:15 flight. We met
Amanda in front of the easy jet counter and got through security in no time. We
walked around the duty free and had a little snack at the cafeteria in the
airport although it ...
... of want to grab another coffee, but no one is here to save my coveted table for me. It's funny how many people flocked to Pasteis de Belem, but no one is at this Starbucks. I'm fine with this. I'm just relaxing and taking in the intermittent sun's rays. I love how older folks dress up just to go for walks. Old men wear their golf hats, beige ironed trousers, and walk around with their hands behind their backs. It's as if they are searching for loose change or ...
It's Good Friday, Hot Cross Buns are given out at breakfast. Then we realised we hadn't given up anything for Lent. After a bit of thought it's obvious we have been able to give up STRESS for the whole of Lent, and because there hasn't been anything to get stressed over my usual colourful language has become far less colourful, I can even say it's almost lily white. If only everyday life could be the ...
... of the way and finding little cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Much of the area we stayed in has a cool and hip feeling, and given how cool and hip we are, it was a perfect match!!
With a little sunburn and many tarts under the belt, we said goodbye to Lisbon and drove down the middle of Portugal to the Algarve, on the southern coast and close to the most south-westerly point of Europe. And their we found naked Germans, but that's another ...