Travel Blogs from Lisbon, Portugal

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Finally in Portugal!, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Finally in Portugal!

A travel blog entry by rahutto

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... on the way to Paris I was surrounded by three babies...yeah. Not much sleep happening there. The hostel we are staying at, Lisbon Calling, is absolutely adorable! I love the homey feel, and its very comfortable and spacious. Free wi-fi as well! Also all ...

Arrive in Lisbon!, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Arrive in Lisbon!

A travel blog entry by angelaandmarie

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... Spain and flows through Portugal out to the Atlantic Ocean. This river was a major source of export and import during Portugal's years of exploration - spices etc, arrived from the different colonies in Africa, South America, India making Portugal a very ...

Dia dois, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Dia dois

A travel blog entry by tessapermar

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... Nata - one for each of us, and then another for each of us.  I don't believe I have talked about the pasteis of Portugal.  Pastries here are amazing.  Pasteis de nata are a kind of cream pastry.  They have a very light flaky outside ...

Our Official Welcome Tour, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Our Official Welcome Tour

A travel blog entry by jgilb10

... was I jetlagged, but Dr. Bowman decided to take us on a tour of the whole city. For people who have never walked around Lisbon, it's extremely hilly. Every 2 seconds, you're walking up or down the biggest hill you've every seen. On top of this, we ...

Lisbon sights, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Lisbon sights

A travel blog entry by lizallen

Some of the ...

Traveling To Lisbon, Portugal by bus, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Traveling To Lisbon, Portugal by bus

A travel blog entry by baron_family

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... , but did not incur a fee for being late.  OK, now what?  There we are at the Lodging.  We wanted to go to Lisbon, Portugal and figured that we had to go to Sevilla to catch a bus.  Sevilla is an hour away.  We heard there was a ...

Globalization & Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Globalization & Portugal

A travel blog entry by nvarner

... of the new trade.  It’s a very impressive facility full of Manueline architectural details that allude to Portugal’s maritime history. However, much of this wealth was created through wealth extraction from Portugal’s colonies and ...

Exploring Coimbra & dinner with friends in Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Exploring Coimbra & dinner with friends in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey

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... 711 - 1130 it was a fortified Muslim town and then until  1255 enjoyed the  status of being the capital city of Portugal. It was a 2 minute walk from from the hostel to San Bento station to catch a train  to Campanha where the long distance ...

Sometimes when you're traveling you arrive ..., Oporto, Portugal travel blog

Sometimes when you're traveling you arrive ...

A travel blog entry by kendralis

... pergolas, which can be seen on hillsides everywhere. Apparently this is the way wine is grown throughout this coast, in Portugal too. Imagine the climate: overcast and rainy, lots of feathery pine, willow, and eucalyptus trees, and every hill covered ...

Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Lisbon

A travel blog entry by snosie

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