Alfama Patio Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlfama Patio Hostel Lisbon
The guy during the day, Lucas and his sidekick Honey, were both really awesome. Everyone else was eh. The place had really nice blankets for a hostel. The hostel itself sucked to find and walk to, it's at the top of a hill (maybe common for Lisbon? But it still sucked.) If you go, try to go when your luggage is light for steep hills. Also, the coffee tastes like corn.
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Steve wanted to stay another day in Porto and I should have listened. Two days was not enough time for him to rest and get acclimated. And, I was really tired. We rushed around our final morning, rushed back to the hotel, then rushed to the train station where we caught the train an hour early. Sadly, I slept almost the entire journey to our next …
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been near the top of my list of new places to visit, so I’m glad I finally got
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