VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... phone charging, others ate some snacks. We met one of the other groups we will be with for the next 11 days – they are from Maryland.
We made it to Lisbon in the early afternoon and began our adventures by walking through the heart of Lisbon. We walked down hills that we are still trying to imagine walking in a drizzle, don't even think about walking them in a downpour – they are really steep and even ...
... the cashier in virtually flawless English. He nodded, I decided I wanted to live in Lisbon on the spot. We went home for an impromptu banquet, LK napped off the last of her queasiness, then we walked down to the Praca do Comercio. The Praca do Comercio is a large square with a massive arch, a considerable column at its centre and a view up and down the wide river Tagus. We thought the Story Museum would give us a basic understanding of Lisbon’s history. Which it did. ...
... floors and marble fireplaces. But the true magic happens in the gardens where there are secret trails leading to grottos and ponds and turrets and spiral staircases. The best part of all is the 'Initiation well’.
I have no idea how it was done but when you stand at the top all you see is a winding stone staircase descending 10 stories down to the marble floor at the bottom. There are ferns and moss growing out of the stones– it ...
... Fog delayed us 2 minutes. Ryanair is on time 90% of it. Quickly taxied into Lisbon. Old and worn, but character-filled. Hotel (guest house) lovely. Pity only for a day! Cobble stone streets abound; made from a quartz. Just back from dinner. Sonja had salted cod (local dish) and me a sausage dish made like a Dutch croquette. Run in the morning and to the villa around 2.00pm. Sonja wants to avoid the hills, so ...
... were pretty impressive but we were on the cheap and didn't bother going in. We had a quick lunch of beef sandwich (local speciality) and went and chilled in the park with kindles. Bliss. We were also apparently in the home of the most famous custard tarts... the line however was massive but I decided to bite the bullet and head over to get some. The line moved surprisingly fast since everyone was just ordering one thing. I got the front and confused the girl by asking ...