Casa Da Madragoa

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

And we're off.....

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg


... hotel to unwind and see the city at sunset -- a fabulous experience! We had drinks and good conversation, took photographs and enjoyed ourselves before going for dinner. We originally had a reservation for 8:00 p.m., but that was changed as we checked in. However, since we were still drinking at 9:00 -- our next reservation time, we ended up completely starting ...

The Experiences of Portugal

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier


... hard shell. It was so good. I bought a few more to take back to Zaragoza for the family. We tried "Kuqueijada di sintra " which is the traditional shot in Sintra. It is a small chocolate cup with a shot that tastes a bit like cherry. By 3pm we headed back to Lisbon. At that point we needed to sleep a bit, can you imagine that? Hehe after a long nap, lol, we went to an all you can eat sushi. Yummy!!! That night was really calm. We saw a few views in the dark then went to watch tv ...

A Day on the River

A travel blog entry by roamingreids


... we headed off to a cruise on the Tag us river. When we got onto the bus we discovered that we had Delma our guide from the Explore Lisboa morning tour. At first we went along the same route as Friday with very similar commentary and we thought that we had gotten onto the wrong bus, but not so.

Soon we arrived at the docks and boarded a ...

Residents call it Lisboa...

A travel blog entry by courtneycostas


... trade route around Africa to India, making Lisbon one of the world's richest cities. In 1755, however, while most of the population was at church, an earthquake leveled 2/3 of the city. Fires burned down the rest and a massive tsunami washed it all away. It was one of the most violent earthquakes in recorded history...The king was so frightened that he had a new palace made of tents and never ...


A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... from the church before the earthquake. It was a strange sight because there were all these old pillars and then new work all around them which didn’t really fit with the stone. We finished our tour in a big square in front of the theatre and then decided we might check out the tile museum. However, by the time we got to the stop and waited for a while for the bus, we decided we had had enough for one day and would just head back to camp.

The next day we ...

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