VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... following day.
I saw some things in Seville this time around I seemed to
have missed during my week there for Semana Santa. It was Sunday and the last
day of Feria de Sevilla, the week-long traditional fair that takes place at a
fairground on the city’s outskirts. It’s supposedly as big a party on par of
scale with Semana Santa but different. Many reviews by travelers who have gone
say it’s a very cliquish local event that an ...
... the top. It was awesome and Brittany and I devoured it. It came with these great kettle chips and I grabbed a local Super Bock blonde lager that was an awesome addition. It was still raining when we were done eating so we decided to stick close and go for a short walk. There are a ton of shops in the Chiaso area and we checked a few out, even stopping by a mall with some cool stores. Brittany picked up a few small things for her mom and we continued down ...
... were now standing before us, at a bus stop down a random back street in Portugal. What a small world we live in!
The walking tour was good, guided by an enthusiastic young Portuguese man named, Luiz. He was also hosting a 2nd tour for the day, that afternoon around Belem, the suburb that we were staying in. 'Why not?', we thought, so we joined that one too. It makes such a difference to hear about the back stories relating to the monuments you're looking at, you're being ...
... for about 20-30mins and the inside was a let down. It only has 150 people in it at one time but it still feels cramped and busy and the view was so-so. You are better going up the nearby Padrao dos Descobrimentos (B+) for a fantastic view over towards the Monastery.
Calouste Gulbenkian Museum (A-) - This was worth the hype. Despite only being a relatively small museum (you can traverse it in half an hour) the collection was very impressive. ...
... today because there were a lot of different things going on all at once. In the main waterfront square, a huge screen was set up and hundreds of people were watching the Soccer World Cup. In a few other courtyards, stages were set up for huge concerts as part of a huge music festival called Picnic. Then there were anti-government demonstrations as well as a gay/lesbian pride parade. We passed all of this on the way to and from dinner. Till ...