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... than the usual skirt steak and French fries that seems to constitute the majority of the Portuguese diet. What I noticed almost immediately about this restaurant was the clientel. As opposed to the normal, slower paced and atypical Portuguese you might find at most other cafes around town this restaurant had a much faster pace and business feel.
As I began the normal procession towards people watching I noticed a mix of and ...
... spider crabs, prawns, shrimp, clams, barnacles etc. At this point we grabbed all the eyeballs sitting close to us. Anything that crawls or swims in the ocean is on our plate. With a predatory look on our faces we used the tools presented to us to slowly work our way through the giant ass seafood platter, of course with a 1.5 liter jug of Sangria to wash it all down. Our intensity ...
... on east, near the Spain border. We´ll see, the plan has already changed once! PS Stripeeoke (stripers and karaoke apparently was quite fun, karaoke then pause for a stripper at 1, more karaoke, then another stripper at 3), no clue what brought those two things together in one, makes NO sense but what the heck. seems everyone had a good time PSS also just learned the people from the hostel designed the rooms we're in and they're all very artsy and ...
... all Lisbon up and
down all the hills. After that I just had energy for another very good
dinner (I love portuguise couisine), in the hostel this time: they
manage a 4 course meal dinner every night, wine is included and it's
just for 8euros!
Sunday, time over unfortunatelly...back to Barcelona, but Lisbon was
great as always and the new hostel I found was really something of new
... of Christ crosses. These motifs and symbols makes sense that they are depicted in Portuguese architecture from this time because this was when Portugal was at the height of its power during the age of discovery. Portugal was the foremost leader in maritime navigation so it only makes sense that their art and architecture of this time depict nautical themes. Another important piece of architecture I saw was the Tower of Belem, a fortress built on the ...
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