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After the tour we had lunch at a cute little side street restaurant. 6.50€ got us an entree (chicken, rice, fries) with 1/2 a liter of wine, bread, dessert and a coffee. What a great deal! It pays to go off the beaten track to find something to eat. It really was like home made.
... hiking what seemed to be miles we reached the Cristo Rei statue! The statue stands at 260 feet tall, and was constructed during World War II as a symbol that Portugal would remain neutral in the war. We took an elevator to the top of the statue, which had views of the entire city and surrounding cities. I have never seen views like this in my life, we could see all the beauty of Portugal! The side of the statue that looked ...
... pin bend. When we found the free parking we were looking for, the spaces were taken but as Richard turned the Burkemobil around to go an old Portuguese guy directed us next door where there was plenty of room. Soon the old guy was collecting a euro from us and the convoy of motor homes that had followed and then nipped off to the bar across the road. After a five hour run the next day, we limped into a Biologico parque, our last stop in Portugal with a puncture ...
... and species of the water. After heading back into town and stopping by a church to say some Easter prayers, we decided to spend our last night in Lisbon enjoying some typical Portuguese food and music. We enjoyed a delicious Portuguese buffet and then made our way to a tiny local "Fado" house to enjoy the famous style of music, which is similar to that of blues-folkish music. Although I couldn't understand a single word of any song, the small local atmosphere was ...
... each other in texture but compliment each other in their character, like a calm surrounded by storm. People are are starting to embrace the beaches, tanning on the sand and swimming in the ocean without wetsuits. Children with pails and shovels are digging and drawing in the sand and chasing seagulls. Here they call the Atlantic, The Sea. The boardwalks on one side are loaded with cyclists, the other walkers. They join beach after beach after beach. The water roars in in some areas ...