VIP Diplomatico Hotel
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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 ...
... the metro each way; 2.50 euros each way for the train. Total trip - 45 minutes.
It was a nice wide beach. Sand was like you'd find at the Jersey Shore or on Long Island. (Nerja was more like small stones.) Temperature was about 80 degrees and a nice breeze to keep it cool. We spread out our towels and enjoyed the glorious afternoon.
John went to grab a bite, and then another almost DISASTER. A big gigantic wave ...
... with a large language barrier, I couldn't even master saying thank you in Portuguese, it was quite frustrating.
I took the tram 28 which is famous for taking a beautiful route through the hills of Lisbon. Also, it has a perfect route to all the great sights up in the hills but it's always really crowded which got annoying once everyone was sweaty and cranky at the end of the day. It dropped me off at the Castle of St. George first. That was ...
... morning and got all packed up. Miguel came home to pick us up and drop us at the station before 3 pm when we had our train. An absolutely amazing and full on 4 days.....such hospitality and fun. Dear little boy who is so good and easy going, Melissa about to give birth within the week probably, and the kitchen non existent at the moment....we eagerly await news and photos of the new baby and kitchen! Now settled in Lisbon for 2 nights, and have booked ...
Rob and Rob camped overnight at the dealership. We walked to the Jeronimos Monastery, really a wonderful place, cloisters so large, quiet and spacious with exquisite stone carving and some more lovely tiling pictures. The church dark and overpowering, ( have we seen too many churches???) but we acknowledged the tomb of Vasco da Gama. So surrounded by tourists, we could not even get a photo. Then hopped on our bus tour again and did the round circuit of the area we had ...