Hotel T3 Tirol
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... each other and within the first 20 minutes he bought out a bottle of scotch and started drinking. David is a tall chubby bearded fellow from Australia who has been working as a bar tender in London. After a few hours of chatting it was time to meet up with the rest of our Contiki group. We made our way down to the lobby and found a group of confused Australian’s in the lobby. I rounded them up and we all found our way to the breakfast ...
... not sure, as she had Euros. I thanked her, and lowered my head in defeat. A few minutes later she came over to me with 5 € for me to get something from the cafe. I thanked her but did not accept right away. She insisted so I thanked her profusely and said, all I really want is some water!
Shortly after I resigned to getting something, we were told we would not be leaving until 6pm at the earliest. It was 12pm. After the announcement went through in Portuguese, ...
... to the end… It would
be the last time until I saw Amanda on this trip and the start of the frantic
pack/leave. It was such a sad moment when we got to Bilbao and I needed to say
good bye to her. With her and Tamar being apart of this trip, it has been an
adventure and I know that it wouldnat have been the same without them. We
decided to stop at this little place at the basement of our house called
‘Cervietta’ to get one last ...
... how things could look.
After being a bit confused about how I felt about the Cathedral, I went on a bit of a whim to see the crypts. It's a 1 euro donation and absolutely worth it. They are incredible. If you don't mind walking over people's graves, it's extremely beautiful. There are over 400 columns, all with a unique top. The side altars are all actual altars and the stained glass is stunning, though mostly patterns instead of scenes. ...
... The style is that of 18th Century Baroque and Rococo with extremely elaborate decorations. Picture taking was not allowed so I only have picture of the palace which I took before getting a mean look from the guard. The ceilings were what stood out to me the most. They are filled with angels and gods doing a lot of different things. Some are dancing, talking, riding a boar ...