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... they distinguish themselves from the Spanish especially in terms of language. Of course, the two are different languages, but it was not socially acceptable or received well when trying to communicate in Spanish with a Portuguese. Of course, some people were sympathetic to our lack of Portuguese skills and appreciated our genuine desire to learn the language, but an encounter that I will relate soon illustrates the ...
... can finish it off in one of the bars.
Our first view of the city in the day was a bit gloomy but it didn't stop us pounding the pavement of Baixo and the surrounding areas. It's hard to believe that Portugal was a leading country centuries ago. We stopped for a pretty wicked hot chocolate with a view and and further along the way we stumbled across a gig in a small shopping center.
... called Cascais and from his house, there is a beautiful view of the ocean. He showed me around Cascais and we drove around one day looking for waves. Unfortunately, we didn't get to surf but it was great catching up with him while he showed me some different areas of Portugal.
I hadn't seen Pete in a long time and was looking forward to getting to surf with him. Unfortunately, Portugal had different plans for us. Pete was in Portugal for ...
... decorated in the blue and white painted tiles that are a Lisbon trademark, and groups of chairs and tables, all with blue and white checked table cloths. It has really tall ceilings with high windows so is light and airy and really bustling!!! Although we walked straight in off the street, we have to hunt for a table, there is such a steady stream of people. As soon as one party stands to leave, there are more people ready to sit down. Then it's a case of attracting the attention of ...
... Portuguese custard tarts - we ordered a dozen - we also probably need a separate blog for European food) and more of Lisbon before catching an overnight bus to Seville. And of course, we tried a bottle of port (so much better than the ones at the lcbo!). Lisbon was a lot more commercialized than we had expected. We discovered the department store El Corte Ingles which was where we bought a GPS equipped with maps ...
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