Residencial Sul-Downtown

Address: Praca Dom Pedro IV, 59, 2 Esq, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100-200, Portugal | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Alto do Pina area of Lisbon, is near Baixa (Lower Town), Hills Tour, Monumental, and Orquestra Gulbenkian.
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    Popping into Portugal

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Mar 01, 2015

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    ... of this city’s past but all seems a little grey, dusty and empty. That being said Portugal is experiencing a slow but steady upturn financially and small signs of progress can be seen. Abandoned buildings have for sale signs and renovations are commencing. Arriving in Lisbon across the enormous feat of engineering that is the Vasco da Gama bridge at 17.2 kilometres it is the longest bridge is Europe we set up base at the Lisboa Camping and Bungalows just ...

    Honeymoon Day 9

    A travel blog entry by mikeandbrittany on Nov 22, 2014

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    ... our train ride before heading to the airport so we shopped around a little until the rain started coming down. Then we headed to the market again. The place is very friendly and inviting, and even has free wifi which was a nice perk. We hung out there for a few hours, taking in the scenes and relaxing. There was one thing left to do before we headed to the airport, that was dinner. The francesinha from the first night was so good that we ...


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

    ... in the world) and we walked around to find Convento Do Carmo. For anyone who doesn't know (I didn’t know) Lisbon was completely obliterated by an earthquake and successive tidal wave in 1755. Convento Do Carmo is one of the only still standing structures from that earthquake. It’s mostly in ruins but the tall arches are still erect and you can walk under them and see all the tombs of ancient rulers and what the convent used to look like. My ...

    Lisbon, Portugal!

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... named after King Manuel I (d. 1521), which was prominent in the 15th century up until the mid 18th century. The Manueline style featured spiral columns, very intricate and delicate stonework, gothic spires, arches, and vaulted ceilings, and motif carvings of artichokes and rhinoceroses, an exotic animal brought over to Portugal (and Europe for the first time since the Roman Empire) from India that the ...

    Surfers Paradise and Beautiful Views

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 03, 2014

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    ... them and knockoff Pandora jewelry. Once we turned the corner from the clothes and knickknacks, we ended up on the road with all of the food vendors. This is one this that would be great whenever we end up moving, I would love to have farmers markets everywhere. Fresh produce and butchered meat everywhere. Not to mention the freshly caught fish! If we had a kitchen in our little hotel room we would have bought up all kinds of food.

    After our walking ...