DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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... ladies I met there. It was a formal night, so we dressed for dinner. The dinner was okay, but I really wasn't hungry. We went to the captain's toast before the show where he introduced all of the ship's highest officers and then stayed for the show -- Naki Ataman, a pianist who played music from around the world. We went to bed right after the show because we had an early start in Lisbon.
Our arrival in Lisbon was at 8:00 AM and after a room service breakfast, ...
Very quiet day today ! Most of the day taken up travelling on bus between Lisbon and Seville and the province of Andalucia. I slept most of the way after another bad night with my sciatica. Arrived Seville around 3pm into another downpour of rain. Did a city walk and visit to the Cathedral - the 3 rd largest church in the world after St Peters and St Paul's in London! Christopher Columbus is buried there. Fortunately, the rain had eased by the time we finished inside ...
... in the middle of the city where the view was amazing. After than we went on a Tuk Tuk tour and it was awesome. There was no way we would've seen that much in one day if we hadn't done that and our tour guide was pretty neat and knew a lot about the city and it's history. The Tuk Tuk itself was an experience winding through tiny alleys, hooning down steep hills, weaving through traffic. It was awesome though at one point I may have been a little fearful for my life. We ended the ...
... really pretty awesome. That area, I really liked, it had almost no hills. It's in the northeastern part of the city along the Blue metro line.
The trick to that museum by the way - which they don't effing tell you - is that the damn place is actually inside the subway station when you get off. So hopefully if you visit, you can save yourself the trip from walking around and arguing with your husband on reading maps.
We did go to Belem, per our ...
... to see what happened to our lunch date, apparently, as suspected we were at different squares. I would have thought that after so long on P&O he would have known which square is Black Horse Square in Lisbon! He has brought the food aboard for us and as of now, 10:45 we are waiting to tuck into an Indian meal :-( Think breakfast is definitely off the menu tomorrow :-( Great meal but couldn't do it justice so late and due to it being warmed up and consisting mainly of fish ...