VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... power ports everywhere - in their lounge and planes. Uh, they do but they didn't work with my stuff too well and I got tired of moving around trying to find one that would. The one on the plane was totally messed up - which left me with a dead tablet when I got the Lisbon (and everything else). So - word to the wise - take an already charged travel battery. I had one, but it was packed away where I couldn't get to it.
... 160;Nearby is the huge Monsteriro dos Jeronimos, once populated by the Order of St Jerome whose spiritual job was to comfort sailors. They were also the clever inventors of the pasteis de Belem mentioned above. The architecture of this monastery and many other key buildings in Lisbon is called Manueline or Portuguese Late Gothic which is very sumptuous, ornamental and draws heavily on the style and decoration of East Indian temples. It is named after ...
... we wish we had maybe allotted two days for the town, and spent one less day in Lisbon. But our legs were tired from nearly 14 miles of walking, so we grabbed a few more delicious Sintra pastries and caught an evening train back to Lisbon. The three of us cooked dinner in our hostel that night and crashed early and hard right afterwards, exhausted by our adventures in fairytale land.
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... 4 Euro "sharing fee" Food culture in Spain varies by region and is very confusing Narbonne’s bus station is less of a station and more of a parking lot that a bus may or may not pull into It may be light until 10 PM in Western Europe in May, but that does not mean that it’s warm It might be possible to try and go to too many cathedrals in a month Don’t try to drive in or around Paris at rush hour Everything is incredibly expensive in France except bread and ...
... Sangrias and found a park overlooking the city where we ate pastries and wrapped ourselves in blankets provided by the cafe up there. We went into a gift shop- maybe we should buy a postcard or something to prove we were here? We made friends with the twenty-something-year-old working there. She drew us a map of the city and told us what we should do with our one full day in Lisbon. We love meeting new people. We love watching their reactions to how we ended up in ...