Tomorrow Barcelona Football’s Team and Manchester United will play at Wembley Stadium to fight for the Champions League Final. But every Saturday there’s a football match you shouldn’t miss if you’re in Marrakech: the Equity RAK Champions League, also known as football and beers. The beers at the swimming pool bar, of course.
As you can see in the picture we’ve got an incredible team composed by ‘Keita’ Zakaria and the breakers Hassan ‘Puyol’ and Abdel, ‘Messi’ our Argentinean client, the fashonista Ilhamm, Hanane ‘kick it off’… And with the amazing attendance of our chefs as spectators to cheer up the game!
It’s not the Champions League, but give us some time!
Every June Lisbon becomes a huge party the whole month. The city gets all the street entertainment you can imagine with festivals, cinema, music, theater, parades…
The Festas de Lisboa is also a place to discover new contemporary cultural expressions and different ways of interaction between artists and its audiences.
All the main streets and the historical quarters of Lisbon get prepared to party with celebrations that include dances, fados and eating grilled sardines. It’s also traditional to celebrate a collective weeding ceremony and all the brides who participate are known as the ‘Brides of Santo Antonio’.
Tomorrow most Europeans will be in front of their TV’s watching Eurovision, the all time famous music contest where European countries compete with songs. The popularity of Eurovision dates from the 60’s and 70’s but it has arrived to our days with parties of young people discussing wardrobe malfunctions, hairstyles, or the music.
At Equity Point London think it will be fun to have one of these parties at the hotel, so we’ve prepared a Eurovision Special Party with: Live Eurovision stream on a huge screen, people from different countries, exquisite Asian food, drinks, paint your flag on your face, on your nails… and it all for just 10 Euros.
The deadline to buy your ticket is on Saturday midday.
If you go to Lisbon this summer you can also go to the beach, swim in the Atlantic Ocean and sunbath. Although Lisbon doesn’t have a beach there are some really close and the most famous of all is Costa Caparica.
Costa Caparica is about 40 minutes away from Lisbon by bus -you should get the bus at plaza España-. There are several beaches at Costa Caparica which are very popular at summer but not too crowded. And in the summer there’s a small train that makes several stops along the 10 km of beaches of Costa Caparica. Continue reading →