The pass for the two days has the single price of 30 euros and can be booked from the following email address: [email protected] makes a festival like this one, is not only the bands, but the party atmosphere it provides.The house will have body piercers and tattoo artists (prior appointment with them) to work during the days of the festival, as well as merchandising stands for the bands and alternative brands.Abi & I took advantage of the late May bank holiday weekend and squeezed in a fly-by trip to Lisbon to drink, eat and sight-see ourselves silly.
Príncipe do Calhariz: After checking into our Air BNB, we went on the search for food before taking a nap (jet lag was already starting to hit). Lisbon is 11th most populous urban area in the European Union. It has a pleasant climate and has about 220 days of sunshine each year. The city has a population of about two million people.Built following Gustave Eifell’s style by another French engineer of his school, the 45m tall Neo-Gothic elevator is still in use and allows a quick & convenient ascension to Bairro Alto (aka ‘pub street’) providing spectacular views of the red-roofed city, the São Jorge Castle and the Tagus River beyond. I’m not the biggest cheesecake fan (being one for texture and therefore always disappointed with anything less than a biscuit ratio), but K. Abi & I remained with the Asian paparazzi on ground-level versus heading up as the sound of seagulls seemed to be growing ever-closer. Little did we know that this was to become our ‘spot’ for the remaining days to come. Both were generous in size, with the plump, juicy shrimps being my preference to the octopus, which I thought had a slightly strange texture (to be honest, I think I had been envisaging and craving squid! We were also given a traditional Portuguese croquette (€2.50) to sample, which was completely unlike any croquette I’ve had before with no cheese or potato in sight, and a pure meat filling.