Vivamarinha Hotel & Suites
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... would spend one or two days in each of about 5 cities in Portugal and Spain. It had been close to a year when we said goodbye to them in Istanbul after our epic 3000km Danube bicycle trip.
The Narui's scheduled to be in Lisbon only for 30 hours so we knew our time together must be kept short. We met them at the Hotel Tavoli at Estação do Oriente just as they were checking in. They all looked genki. Royko lives ...
... immigration staff :-) Just going to go for breakfast so they'll have to wait ;-) Well, we managed to finish breakfast before the call, what a joke that was! No wonder the country is broke. They have flown immigration officers to Portugal, undoubtedly put them up in a hotel until the ship arrived. Then accommodated them on the ship for 3 nights until we get to Southampton all for a face to face "interview" ...
Touchdown: As our flight made a touchdown at Lisbon International Airport, Harshi and I are excited about the next three days in the land of Vasco Da Gama, whose 'discovery' of India was prominent lesson for us growing up. The temperature was around 16C which felt like summer after the months of winter back home. Immigration and rental car: The immigration was over quickly and ...
We settle in, unpack bags, check out cupboards and make a grocery list. I love to cook, more so in someone else's kitchen, embracing missing pots, pans, cutlery. Of course it isn't like home, we are spoiled in Canada with our strong stream of water coming out of a tap, hot water for sure, heat on the grill or ovens, large refrigerators, it is fun to be "at the cottage" where there are challenges. Here we are not ...
... to me! I was surprised at how un-fishy it tasted! We then shared a whole fish which had been grilled and was so delicious. In the afternoon we visited two more vineyards. Both were well established and had some barells of muscatelle (a specialty in Portugal ) that had been aging for 200 years. We tried some different muscatelles in the first vineyard including a rare purple muscatelle. The second vineyard included a really interesting African exhibition ...