We wanted some flexibility after we completed the Camino so we rented some wheels in Santiago de Compestela, stashed our backpacks in the trunk, and headed south for the coast.
Entering Portugal we lost (gained?) an hour and found yet another language. After a brief stop in Porto we continued down the coast, stopping at the beach for some lunch, and on to Lisbon enjoying the cool breezes and stunning ocean scenery that assaulted our senses along the way.
Lisbon, Portugal’s capitol city, displays some stunning centuries old architecture (several of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites) and we wasted no time taking in the points of interest.
And, we discovered that gelato is not just for the Italians!
Visited May 2015
Next Stop: Seville