Adventures in Southern Portugal and Spain January 7th 2020 Traveling with 8 friends, I arrived in Lisbon early yesterday. We've already seen and done a lot. First impressions: warm, friendly people, lots of sun and warmer than NJ, delicious custard tarts and ginjin (sour cherry liquor) and if you've seen one castle or palace, you haven't seen them all.
On our first day after landing at 8am, we went on a walking tour of Lisbon with Pedro. We wondered thr ... read more
Europe » Portugal » Lisboa Following its heyday as a world power during the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal lost much of its wealth and status with the destruction of Lisbon in a 1755 earthquake, occupation during the Napoleonic Wars, and the independence in 1822 of Brazil a... ... read more
I love to travel and to read other people's blogs of their trips and I've discovered that I enjoy writing about my travels. It helps me to remember what I've seen and done, as much as I enjoy sharing my travels with others. I've traveled internationally to India, Costa Rica, Iceland, Germany, Poland, Israel, London, Rhodes, South Africa, Amsterdam, Brussels, and Italy. (oh, and I spent a day in Zurich waiting for a flight!) In the US I've been up and down the East Coast and California, and places in Washington, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Ohio, Illinois, and New Mexico (and probably som... full info