VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... the hill towards the citadel we lost ourselves in the twists and turns of the streets and alleyways of the old town. The citadel has a long history dating back to the third century BC and has had many reincarnations during that time. Excavations in the area at the top have exposed Iron Age dwellings as well as Roam and Viking. Fascinating! Having thoroughly explored the citadel we wandered back down the hill ...
We had to check out of the hotel and go directly to the airport in Sevilla for our flight back to Lisbon. Getting John Klumph awake, dressed, and packed in time is yeoman's work. We had to check out, get the car from parking; drive to the airport, which was about a 90 minute trip; drop the car off; and then check in with all his luggage. Hmmm.....
We got the car and according to the GPS on the Ipad, we had to go into the restricted zone. That wasn't going ...
A long day of driving found us in Lisbon, Portugal. We stopped twice, once at a very small town just for a toilet/coffee stop and once for a few hours at Evora for lunch. In Evora, there were some ruins, a church (that was closed) and some souvenir shops. Being Sunday, most of the shops were closed so we took advantage of a long lunch with some of the other tour group. We went on the optional dinner tonight to a local Portugese restaurant and Fado show. Fado ...
... and went to the Tile Museum (Museu Nacional Do Azujelo) set in an old convent building. The tiles were so interesting - explanations of HOW the different types were actually made - and the convent building itself really amazing, especially its "over the top" church with fantastic art works on display. Tiled panels, walls and ceilings all fantastic - a unique Portuguese form of art. Some are geometric, some flowery and some a ...
... After checking in we strolled down the tree shaded boulevard to an outdoor café for lunch. Later we took a stroll toward the river, doing a little window shopping, and eventually returned to the hotel for our meeting with the Viking cruise staff and the other passengers.
The meeting was brief, not much new info delivered, and a lot of people even older than I am ...