The Imperial Guesthouse

Address: Praca dos Restauradores 78, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-188, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Encarnação area of Lisbon, is near Alfama, Colombo, Coliseu dos Recreios, and Culturgest.
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      A travel blog entry by ladylaurel on Oct 29, 2014

      4 photos

      ... without being shown a menu and lasso'd into a restaurant. This was really intimidating at first, but I soon got it figured out and realized it was part of the feel of the city. I had lunch in a sidewalk cafe where I spent an hour watching people and journaling, then I took off on a walk to discover the city. I found main tourist areas as well as non-tourist areas. Some of the streets were so narrow they could barely fit 3 people walking shoulder to shoulder. I ...

      Week 5

      A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

      12 photos

      ... through a tower to where you are on the Atlantic side of the castle and, pow! You get blasted by powerful winds that feel as if they will blow you right off the wall. Incidentally, there are no handrails and the side walls are very low, plus you are right on the edge of the mountain going straight down so any kind of fall would be...well let's just say my knees started sort of knocking. It is a very exhilarating place to be. The views are amazing, of course - over the town below and ...


      A travel blog entry by tatoji on May 11, 2014

      ... political past and on soccer (particularly in Lisbon). The generation of Portuguese who are alive today are directly affected by the Salazar regime in the twentieth century; either they were alive during it, or their parents were (worst case, grandparents). Living under such oppression has to be the absolute worst for anyone and it truly closed the Portuguese to all the wonders and benefits the world could ...

      And we're off.....

      A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 04, 2014

      3 comments, 115 photos

      ... br>

      Since we were close, we decided that we should stop by ...

      At the Market

      A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... and shouting out to each other across the stalls. The building is under a renovation so some vendors were a bit isolated. It was odd to have quiet in their environment. We found a lovely lady selling "the" cheese and had a nice talk. She said to us as she pointed to Tony, "you are Italian" then she looked at me and said "you are not, you are English, yes?", we chuckled. We were also told not to put our cheese in the fridge, it would get too hard and it must be ...