Residencial Estrela de Arganil
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Estrela de Arganil Lisbon
Apartamento bom e barato próximo à Estação Anjos do Metrô. Bom atendimento e uma lanchonete logo ao lado, ótima para tomar o café da manhã.
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... a quick recharge. Sounds of children playing on the street well past dark replaced the construction as we sipped our drinks. We head downstairs to the next door restaurant, A Parrerinha de Sao Vicente. “Aberto?” I asked the man at the counter, followed by, “Falas Ingles?” “Sim” and “Nao” his respective replies. But don’t worry, I think he said, as he gestured us towards the ...
... had no traction!
Dennis scheduled a private tour of Porto for us for Wednesday morning (8/13) and Tiago met us at the appointed hour of 9am at the hotel. He drove us first to the modern area of Porto, and I think he was disappointed when I didn't express any interest in taking a photo of the first place he showed us - a big concrete hulk of a building that is a modern concert hall. Things got more interesting when he took out of town to the suburbs of Porto where there are ...
... sad, longing, and nostalgic tone. When I saw a few live performances over dinner one night, I could witness how much emotion the performers put into the show. The sweat on their brows, the way they sang wholeheartedly. I even saw one performer cry when she was done. Many fado songs have ties to the sea, a culturally significant aspect of Portugal. Portugal is a nation of the sea, as it is isolated at the tip of the Iberian peninsula, with no ...
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... Praca Do Comercio is huge, touching the sea to one side and the start of Baixo (the low town) rising up towards Castello Sao Jorge along Rua Augusta and the shopping district, lots of cafes (where we stop for the 'regular') and shops of all varieties and prices. No ladies sewing in the fronts of the shops here! Street Buskers and human 'statues' depicting just about anything. One shoe store seems really busy, and actually seems ...