VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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Day 1 at the cottage It would be an ideal 'big brother' task. Dump a mismatched group into a seemingly idyllic Portuguese cottage and watch with amusement as they slowly discover on closer inspection how dirty it really is, that mice have already occupied one of the beds, that the kitchen is far too unsavoury to cook in! Add to that the very real feeling that the place is haunted and you'd have a great TV show! As it was Ol and I retreated to the ...
When I first landed in Lisbon I could barely contain my excitement. When I took a cab from the airport to our Lisbon Calling Hostel, what I saw when I looked out my window was not what I was expecting. My first impression of Europe came from movies and websites that showed picturesque castles, antique architecture, and colorful buildings piled high on hills overlooking oceans. Looking out of my window in Lisbon ...
... private seven hour tour with a great tour guide.
Much of Lisbon is built on a hill, and many of the streets are just narrow stairs. The driver would drop us off at the top and would meet us at the bottom after we walked down, which made it very easy on us.
We had a delicious international lunch, ordering pizza, burger and fries, a Nutella crepe (for me) ...
... lobster place round the corner not been so busy this ordeal would've been avoided, still we found somewhere eventually which although pretty unremarkable was good fun, Joe's impromptu 'coming out' speech a particular highlight.
The streets of Barrio Alto were mobbed, especially Pedro street. The massive sunglasses proved as entertaining as the night before ...
... the first part of the bus trip. We saw a big bull fighting ring, stopped off and looked at an amazing museum made of a private collection, got some great panoramas of the city and saw some amazing architecture including a big church. We saw lots of monuments and memorials then went into an amazing monastery called st. Jeronimos. We visited one last museum of religion and saw a cool photo exhibition of Syria. In the evening we went of the wine tasting ...