VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... leave the child, so we felt bad....Melissa knows Miguel so well - she knew he would underestimate the time, and also knew that he would get carried away as a tour guide. So the 3 of us set out again for dinner. Of course Amr and I said couldn't we just find somewhere near for a snack - but that is not possible for Miguel. He promised it would be light, but that only touristy places were close by and we drove to the waterfront area of Porto and had ...
... 8217; we started attempting to walk out of the historical center-
where we live- to a harbour area with a monastery. We tried asking for
directions but no one had any clue what we were talking about and after
attempting to figure out their train system we gave up and started walking.
After about 15 mins of nnearly dying in heat we caved and took a taxi. After
figuring out actually how far it was we were happy we didn’t walk because it
would have taken ...
... for the main course. I ordered some oily fish and potatoes. It was so oily that I should have known better than to use up all of the bread. I sipped on some vinho verde (green wine) and journaled calmly in my comfortable yet dressy sweatpants.
Time to dance! After researching on places to boogey, I found the street where a Latin Bar was. Before I reached it, I saw two women smoking outside of a bar and asked for directions. Instead of going to my ...
... Internet room. Had lunch in restaurant next door and the cost was 27.50 euro, there was a 50 percent discount at lunch time. Went on tour of Lisbon. Streets are crazy and caught a tram up to the top of San Sebastián castle. Didn't think the tram would make it all the way up. Castle had impressive views over the city and river. Dinner in ...
... tomorrow afternoon. We did however catch one train after Conor finished his shoe shopping. We caught the Rua da Bica, which semi funicular tram that took us to the bottom of the hill and back into the main section of the town. The ride was enjoyable, despite being squashed in like sardines!
After a busy afternoon we returned to the room presently and spent a couple of hours relaxing and doing nothing. We then walked literally 10 metres to the restaurant next door, ...