Address: Rua Antonio Pedro 48, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1000-039, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the S. Jorge de Arroios area of Lisbon, is near Pregetter's Orchid Garden, Rua da Se, Hills Tour, and Piscina da Penha de Franca.
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        Day 1: Exploring Lisbon

        A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 01, 2020

        133 photos

        ... coolest thing about Lisbon is the surprise effect… I mean I know Paris, Rome, Venice are amazing cities, so the expectations are big before I get there. But I didn’t really have any expectations when I came to Lisbon. All I knew was that it’s the capital of a relatively poor and often overlooked European country.

        The next couple of days…

        Then next day I head down to take some pictures and video ...


        A travel blog entry by merel.lubbe on Sep 28, 2015

        14 photos

        ... door, and by day, when the streets are filled with lovely, helpful, elderly people, it is perfectly safe here. Though troubling tales of people getting stabbed or robbed in this neighborhood are almost as ubiquitous here as homeless people sleeping on sidewalks are in the city center, a more experienced colleague has informed me that people grossly exaggerate the dangers of living here in the ghetto. He said that as long as you don’t look too much like you’re ...

        Why We Are Walking the Camino (again!)

        A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 11, 2015

        5 comments, 1 photo

        This is perhaps the first question we are asked, and one people along the Camino ask one another. No, we're not crazy - well, maybe just a little. There are many reasons people walk the Camino, everything from religious reasons to health and exercise while seeing a foreign country. We have come up with three:

        1. Many people assume it must be on our "bucket list" of things we want to do. Rather, it is more like a "calling". It began as a curiosity which just kept growing ...

        A View from the Barrio

        A travel blog entry by lynnandkriss on Apr 11, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... you know they had an earthquake in Lisbon in 1755? On All Saints Day it was, ruined the whole of the downtown area. To be fair, the display filled in some nagging gaps of the more recent history of Portugal, like the 36 year dictatorship under Salazar from 1932 – 68, and the largely peaceful overthrow of the right wing Republic by the army in 1974 (eh? Peaceful? By the army? How does that work?)

        KK: Turns out Portugal was neutral in WWII which must have ...

        Our Five Days in Lisbon

        A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Nov 15, 2014

        34 photos

        ... about shopping so we headed to Chiado, Lisbon’s original upmarket shopping district . Wow, some beautiful pedestrian only shopping streets, wrapped up in the stunning architecture of the stores made for a fun day. Portugal is known for its leather shoes and boots. Heather bought 2 really nice pairs of boots . We found a really nice buffet lunch, mostly vegetarian that made for a nice change from all of the grilled fish we have been eating. ...