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... of decorative tiles and wrought iron balconies. The people are friendly and streets are inviting with many pops of colour. Toby took some great photos, we found Jye a post card and we both fell in love with Lisbon. Lisbon is a place we would like to return to and explore further.
We were exhausted after our own tour of Lisbon. We decided not to go to the theatre tonight. We set our clocks back 1 hour. Next stop Gibraltar ...
... monument in the world I cannot say we were blown away. The monastery it
self was beautiful, but as it was undergoing large renovations we were unable to see it surrounded by the sea leaving it less than spectacular.
Out next stop was to pick up our travel buddy Tanya from Bordeaux. We drove through rolling hills covered in vines and ventured to the wine region of St Emillion. Here we camped ...
... shawls, pendants made from coins and food they had made. There was mad tower on the water with awesome people from history carved out of the sides. Christopher Columbus was at the point. This was where he trained navigational skills to those willing to learn. Next was a knights Templar castle on the water. Insignias everywhere, built off the land with slopes just right, and a wooden bridge allowing tourists to cross and explore for a ...
... de Regeliera. This estate, with its small but
magnificent palace, towers and winding paths, is riddled with
underground passages, wells and “grottoes”, making up a kind of
millionaire's playground, embellished with symbols of Free Masonry,
alchemy etc. Description really doesn't do this place justice, so
have a look at my pictures to get a better idea. On the suggestion of
my host I'd brought a headlamp, which came in handy for ...
In Lisbon again we walked along the river. We ended up walking to see a huge cruise ship. It was the first time either of us had been that close to such a massive ship. We were not alone in our gawking. It was hard not to be curious. When the ship viewing got old we headed into a section of town called Alfama. It is know for narrow streets and houses that are tall and skinny and colorful. It was a really cute area but too crowded for me. While walking ...