Casa Da Madragoa

Calcada do Castelo Picao 28, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1200 - 628, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

A day in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll

We were supposed to have a guided tour of Lisbon, but there was no guide. The driver took the scenic route to Lisbon and stopped along the way to let us take photos. There was no planned itinerary, so he took us to a local restaurant in Lisbon that he frequented. The food was good and not ...

Lisbon D2

A travel blog entry by lakssmitha

... and expounding with golden riches – world's most expensive church. Walked back shops with violinist at balcony and street dancers on pavement. Visited chido mall – small and different. Walked back to square to shop for souvenirs. Bought mosaic and magnet and Portugal football. Ate along the street cafes – cod fish and linguine with coffee and custard. Pakistani waiter was talking about life in Portugal. Explained that the shop rental is 25k euro ...

Sea Day and Lisbon

A travel blog entry by keithandialaska


... and Dizzy looked very swish and snug, her with her matching wrap. Lisbon is more sedate than Barcelona. Classy and noble as befits its history of Kings and Queens and nobility. If Genoa charmed me with its shutters, Lisbons mosaics and wrought iron balconies framing outdoor cafes and restaurants, competed for my attention. I did not know there were so many designs in wrought iron or so many patterns one could make out of mosaic tiles. We had chosen too go to Sintra (in ...

Cheers to the First Weekend Abroad while Abroad!

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson


... castle in Lisbon, this one however, is almost too amazing for words. Please refer to the pictures for better detail. Climbing around inside this castle we could look down what felt like a mile to the small city of Sintra below, and far to the west, to the outskirts of Lisbon! It was one of the best views I have ever experienced in my life, aside from possibly Lake Atitlan in Guatemala.

Most meals on the trip this weekend were quick, cheap sandwiches ...

We are waiting for you!!!

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne


... do it is not. It is obviously important that the trees do not die as a result of their activities. They are apparently very well paid.

Another item pointed out to us was a thistle called Cardo which is used to curdle milk for cheese making as well as a herb to treat various ailments. The cheeses made this way are called Cardoon cheese.

Now back down the bumpy unpaved single lane road to get onto some decent roading and off to ...

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