Vila Gale Opera
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- Continental Breakfast
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... up dancing at any time on this cruise. The other pleasing news is that our syndicate quiz team of Merle, Barbara, Danuta, Geoff , Ian and myself finally won. What a roar went up when the final scores were announced, from the other teams as well as us. Tomorrow it is La Coruna for the day and then get the packing started. Should be a good day and night. Looking forward to ...
... merchants hawking jewellery, anything you could ever think of made from cork, and paintings.
Plate du jour: fried cod
Beverage du jour: our morning cappuccino
Factoid du jour: Pena Palace means Palace of the Feathers, named after the "Our Lady of the Feathers" statue that existed since the site was originally occupied by the monastery.
Last day tomorrow!
... of Lisbon tell the tale of a culture past and very much present. These beautiful hand-crafted tiles give the city a certain charm that just can’t be matched with bright colored paint or brick houses. The tiles remind me of the Portuguese people in a certain sense. The bright colors that speckle the buildings of narrow streets are representative of the unique personalities of the almost 500,000 people in Lisbon. Similar to the characters ...
... famous pastry of the town, we stopped in a tiny little Wine store overlooking the Sintra National Palace for a wine tasting. After tasting local Port Wine (quite strong) and 4 other delicious local wines, I contemplated buying some to take home with me, but then remembered I was traveling with Ryan Air and had weight restrictions. Following the wine tasting, we hopped back in the private van and headed up the mountain to view the National Palace. Instead of waiting ...
This entry will be quite short. We checked out of our apartment, and took all our bags to the 1st floor, where the host's apartment was. Then we headed up to Castelo Sao Jorge, had one last nata and some coffee before wandering back through the Alfama district. I think it is definitely my favourite. I feel it is the most charming area. We did our souvenir shopping, and walking along the water front, ...