Malo; but being forced into Lisbon by bad weather, the ship received some damage by running aground in the mouth of the river Tagus
, and was obliged to unload her cargo there; but finding a Portuguese ship there bound for the Madeiras, and ready to sail, and supposing he should meet with a ship there bound to Martinico, he went on board, in order to sail to the Madeiras; but the master of the Portuguese ship being but an indifferent mariner, had been out of his reckoning, and they drove to Fayal; where, however, he happened to find a very good market for his cargo, which was corn, and therefore resolved not to go to the Madeiras, but to load salt at the Isle of May, and to go away to Newfoundland.
Contract notice: Recruitment of technical assistance services for the inspection and surveillance of the works of the project disaggregated n 1 of execution of elevation of the river tagus
to the low channel of the alberche.
At 645 miles long the river Tagus
flows between which 2 countries?
Take a casual stroll down by the River Tagus
and head to Cais do Sodre where you can catch the train to popular tourist beaches Estoril or Cascais, just 30 to 40 minutes away.
Lisbon's answer to San Francisco's Golden Gate, Ponte 25 de Abril boldly slices through the silky smooth River Tagus
with mid-sixties industrial might.
Beach-side restaurants at Calcilhas on the south bank of the river Tagus
In testing conditions with winds between 8 and 15 knots blowing in a variety of directions across the River Tagus
, the Omanis posted two podium places from six races including a victory in Race 19, the second of the day, but the consistency that has characterised their season so far eluded them.
Toledo seems straight out of a medieval travelogue, a city sprawled on a low mountaintop and surrounded on three sides by a natural moat, the river Tagus
Standing beneath the Monument to the Discoveries, where statues of 33 navigators reach out to the River Tagus
, I imagine a time when Vasca do Gama set sail to extend the Portuguese Empire.
Built on seven hills along the banks of the River Tagus
, the vibrant Portuguese capital has something for everyone – historic castles, tiled Azulejos architecture, culture, cuisine, family fun, beach, shopping and night life.
Still in Portugal, Boudicca continues to Lisbon; spread over seven hills on the north of the River Tagus
, this lively capital boasts a delightful mix of palaces, churches, castles and bridges.
Cheer runners at the Lisbon Marathon, Portugal which starts by the banks of river Tagus
and passes through the city and many heritage monuments.