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... for 12 days taking day trips out to photograph birds at various estuaries around Portugal and Spain. For dinner we went to a wonderful restaurant called As Velhas located at Rua Calsada Da Gloria - 21. It is a small Family owned Portuguese restaurant serving fresh fish and beef. Amazing service and fresh grilled fish. The place is as cozy and beautiful as you will ever want. I highly recommend! Well another tiring but productive day. Tomorrow we leave Lisbon and head north! Until ...
... was rebuilt into the private rooms of the royal family and a huge addition in the Manueline architectural style was built for receiving guests and conducting business. The Manueline style incorporates elements of the sea (fisherman's nets, coral, sea creatures, ropes, etc.). It was unlike any castle we had seen anywhere else.
After touring the palace, we drove back down into Sintra and enjoyed a tasting of Portuguese ports, cheese, smoked ham and liqueurs. ...
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Sorry I haven't really kept up with posts. Its been crazy, to say the least, and access to a proper computer has been at best limited. Here is my last, final post of the summer. I'll give you a run down of my favourite aspects of Portugal, as I traveled throughout the northern section of this wonderful country, but in a very different way than the rest of my trip: COUCHSURFING.
Couchsurfing is an idea that I was at first uncomfortable ...
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It just took a simple "portugues" to get Gregorious to reevaluate all his life in Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier. Gregorious used to be the most routine person in the world; he had worked in the same place all his life, taught the same classes and learned about the same boring (an entirely subjective opinion of my own) languages. However, when he had the one quick-deep encounter with the Portuguese woman ...