Pouso dos Anjos

Address: Rua dos Anjos 31, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-034, Portugal | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Anjos area of Lisbon, is near Tram 28, The 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), Rua da Se, and Coliseu dos Recreios.
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    ... it our only option. Took an open top bus ride, until it poured with rain. Got off at the Gulbenkian Museum. Mr Calouste Gulbenkian made his fortune from "Black Gold" and was an amazing collector of art, ancient and more modern. He gave the collection to Portugal when he died and it is housed in a purpose built museum likened to a motorway toll booth! Great inside, so leisurely and peaceful. Boy, did he had some fabulous art from so ...

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    A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 26, 2014

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    ... the winding roads you will easily get winded and the streets are all cobble stones so it make for pretty hard walking on your feet. However, once you get to St. Jorge Castle it is well worth the climb. The views alone are so amazing that you could spend hours there just over looking the city. Climb to the top of the ramparts and you will see a very amazing panorama of the city. A little history on the castle:

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    ... as you got the views across the river and the hills behind. Built originally by King Manuel I, it is in the Manueline style and quite ornate. The tide was low when we were there, but the tower would be surrounded by a moat (complete with a drawbridge) at higher tide. The original function of the tower was to be part of a military watch system, to help protect the area, but it was used more recently as a telegraph station and now a museum. I love the architecture! ...

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    ... to the OCEANARIUM, a tourist must and one of Portugals prime attractions. Oh golly gosh, We did not leave dissatisfied, with our expectations greatly exceeded. We could fillll you in about allllll the fantastic and intimate exhibitions however We feel the photos will do the job, hoever it won't do it justice On our return ...