VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... street, and for 7 euros we had a 3-course dinner with wine. I had the traditional cod dish, which was superb.
We grocery shopped and made spaghetti the traditional Portuguese way with more tomatoes - like spicy diced tomatoes.
Once again, the bread in Portugal is unbelievably tasty. I now think they outdo the French. The beer in Portugal is also great!
I saw the Big Milk bar in Porto, but finally tried it in Lisbon. It's kind of like an ice ...
... guy and got to meet his friends, and also met up with my Austrian friend who is now doing the Caminho Portuges, whom I previously met in Rome. She was couch surfing as well, so we went to the beach (again) together and had a group supper (my host cooks very well!)
Coimbra was short and sweet, mainly because I was itching to get to Lisboa. This is the only place I didn't couch surf, but instead booked a hostel. I didn't mind though, because ...
... The Azulejo Museum, the Aquaduto das Aguas Livre and ride the famed Tram 28. Tram 28 is a historic tram known for the pick-pockets who ply their trade on it.
... English and Portuguese, and he was not Spanish. We apologized for offending him and the rest of the night went smoothly, but we learned an important lesson in the pride that the Portuguese have in their identity. It is a unique and beautiful language that has complexities that make it much hard to speak. Like Hatton addressed in the novel “the Portuguese language is the [Portuguese's] homeland. They love the way ...
... the weather wasn't on our side, by the end it started raining constantly but in the end the whole day was still amazing.
On our last day in Lisbon, the clouds parted and we took a walk along the river to the bridge and the inspired Christ the Redeemer. We continued along the river to Belem to visit Padrão dos Descobrimentos. After quite a bit of walking we took the bus back in ...