Lisbon Dreams Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... reacted differently at the aquarium. It made me think that we are all different species and breeds just like the fish in the aquarium! We also rode on a sky rail that went up probably a hundred feet and took us along the coastline outside the aquarium. We could see dozens of jelly fish in the dark water below. We also walked to a ledge in the city center that had incredible views of the entire city! Lisbon ...
Went on the ship's tour on 07/07/2014.Saw from the first deck to the bridge. Received a lovely gift package.
Went on a drive through Lisbon and saw the monuments to the explorers and the old city. Lovely weather. Lisbon has an Oceanario de Lisboa which connects to the ocean. There was a photo of a sunfish which is the largest bony fish in the ocean - very ...
... the olives. Lunch in a little cafe inside the market was a bifanas (a pork steak roll) served with piri piri and mustard, weird but very good.
It was hot and sunny when we dragged ourselves away from Peniche and headed off along the coast again through Nazare, which has a sandy shoreline and lays against the magnificent rocky landscape of Serra da Pescaria. Nazare is a place steeped in legend, well known for the fishing boats with pointed prows, where ...
... in each little town, I felt my eyes slowly getting heavier and heavier and my past two nights beginning to pay their toll. Arriving back in Lisbon, cranky with hunger and tiredness, we immediately got suggestions for dinner and headed out to eat. After getting turned away from our first option because it was too crowed and we had no reservation, we settled for some outside seating at a place down the street. After seeing and smelling the delicious seafood at ...
... found ourselves in an unmarked entrance to the estates extensive subterranean cavern system. We found our way to another unmarked, unlit cave (cue bumped head) and found our way to a massive unfinished underground well. There were no other tourists in sight, and when I climbed to the top, the above ground entrance seemed to be in an unvisited wilderness of the garden. Fantastic.
Forced out by closing time we wandered back to town, and finished with a relaxing simple dinner. Great ...