Lisbon Guests

Address: Rua do Salitre, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the S. Mamede area of Lisbon, is near Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden, S-o Jorge, Cinemateca Portuguesa, and Select Shops.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Day 3: Sintra to the Sea

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 03, 2020

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... for that... it does look pretty cool...

Next I follow a trail around to the back of the Moorish castle hoping to get a better panoramic view. On this side the boulders are 10 times larger, rising high above the trees. No real trail--but you can hop from boulder to boulder and squeeze your way up the crevasses in places. Above: the Moorish castle. Behind: the grand Pena Nacional Palace. Below: the town and castle of Sintra: to the left: scattered mansions in the forested hills ...

A week in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Aug 23, 2015

... downtown and uptown combined).

What a sight to be had from the top and it was just on sunset. (Place holder NOTE pics to come when I get home with additional text)

SO once we came down from the dizzy heights it was tucker time. We asked a couple of the locals for good local restaurants and were pointed in the direction of Sea Me - THE HOT seafood place in town where locals go because the tourists dont want to walk up ANOTHER bloody great hill! (I think another castle ...

Group entry: Cooler weather, food, and views

A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 01, 2015

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... day, we were able to hear the history behind all of
the monuments, buildings, and areas of the city. We learned that Lisbon is pronounced
"Lish-boa" by the locals and that it is known as the city of 7 hills (if you look at where we have been, it seems like way more than 7 hills). In 1775, Lisbon suffered from an earthquake that measured 9 on the Richter scale followed immediately by a tsunami. Thirty-thousand people were killed. ...

Lis-bon appetit

A travel blog entry by on Apr 11, 2015

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... 4 "pubs" (small holes in the wall where the 30 of us stood on the street because we couldn't fit inside) and then we finally ended up at a club. I was exhausted by this stage but had a little dance then made my way home. The others thought it was hilarious when I got Garratt's compass out to work out which way to go. We finally arrived back at 4am, and there were still so many people on the streets. As I was still on nepal time (8am), needless to say I crashed pretty ...


A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Oct 01, 2014

... If you stumble or say something dumb or drop your ID then the crew pulls you aside and breathalyzes you and anything over the legal limit gets you put in the observation room aka the "drunk tank". It’s just a little room with glass walls so the staff can put you in and watch you squirm for a minimum of two hours while the alcohol leaves your system. If you get drunk tanked more than once they send you home. Meow.

DAY #2: We all woke up around ...