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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... as tasty. We got some to take away and headed back to Lisbon. On the way we stopped off at a food and beer festival, had a couple of drinks and watched the river. That evening we played a few drinking games with everyone...one of the hostel workers joined in with us...we're still not sure if she was techniquely working or her shift had finished but hey, she got out a heap of sangria when the alcohol had finished and when we went out she took us to bars and secured us cheap ...
... we drove along the street where all the designer shops were located. It was the Lisbon equivalent of the Champs Elysees. Then he drove us to a castle for a beautiful view of the city, the Castle of St. George.
We returned to Cascais for a gourmet Portuguese dinner. Long night, but great ...
... Belem). It's an egg tart pastry and a local delicacy. There were literally hundreds of people waiting in long queese to buy this from that particular shop. Must say they cleared the crowd very efficiently. Chandini bought 3 and she said it was nice - warm and crunchy. I had a bite. We ate them in the park across the street. Then crossed Presidential palace to Coaches museum – deemed to be one of the best in the world. These are coaches that were used by ...
... market nearby. Lisbon is famous for arguably the best custard pies in the world. With this in mind we headed to Casa Pasteis De Belem, the original shop - the recipe here was created by two Catholic Nuns and only served in the Monastery until 1837. There were so yummy and fresh. We caught the ferry across the other side, this gave us a great view of Lisbon and fresh fish for lunch. Delicious. We really enjoyed walking round in the sun. We had a really nice, relaxing ...
... we ambled down the twisted cobble stoned paths to the waterfront, once again appreciating how pretty Lisbon is. We spend the afternoon aimlessly strolling before locating the the theatre that was hosting a Fado performance for the evening. Fado is a traditional form of Portuguese music made up of guitars and vocalists, and can only be described as a soulful version of opera. Although neither of us understood a word that was sang, we walked away very moved by the performance. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool