VIP Executive Zurique Hotel
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... largest church in Lisbon, and the Palacio da Assembleia da Republica (The Portuguese Parliament building). I find it interesting how in many countries that have been democratic for a long time (United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Iceland) and also some that have not been for that long (Germany, India) the national legislative body meets in a specially built building that is one of the most prominent in the capital ...
... The man behind the counter becomes the host, the waiter, the dining room manager, the sommelier, pretty much a one-man show. A success. Anne ordered the salmonete, and I the bachalau assado. Fish served bone and eyeball-in, with sides of simply dressed salad, boiled potatoes and delicious quiejo. She discovered a love for Vinho verde. We lingered after our meal, chatting, laughing and feeling inspired after a successful first day of adventure in ...
... crook and by the time we finished a morning tour of Sevilla I crashed and spent the rest of the afternoon in bed. The best we could manage for the rest of the day was a swim and a walk to get an icy pole. Stace looked after me though and made me a couple of Vegemite sandwiches. Things hadn't improved much the next morning and my stomach was a mess. Without going into details, I made many visits to the bathroom. With a big day of bus travel I was ...
... to a winery in Paso Robles and then making Murphys your next stop. It was a pretty drive through areas that looked exactly like California, except that instead of the golden brown hills being dotted with live oak trees it was cork trees we were seeing. We finally arrived at the winery, Herdade do Esporao where Mauricio said we would first have lunch and then a tour. He thought we were nuts when we opted to sit outside with a view of the vineyards and a lake because it was quite hot, ...
... the tomb of Vasco de Gama. We continue on for an afternoon tour along the coast road to Northern town of Cascais where we had lunch and strolled around the pretty seaside town. From there we drove through the back roads to Sintra, another pretty town perched on a mountain with a castle at the top. Many tiny artisan shops in narrow alleyways selling mainly, hand painted ceramics and embroidered items.
In the evening our ...