Alfama Patio Hostel

Address: Escolas Gerais, 3, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100-213, Portugal | Hostel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAlfama Patio Hostel Lisbon

      Reviewed by lmanalas

      Good and bad

      Reviewed Jun 17, 2014
      by (3 reviews) Denver , United States Flag of United States

      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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      A travel blog entry by roamingreids on Jun 22, 2013

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      ... and well appointed vessel. There was a light meal served along with pastries and drinks. All in all it was a very good and relaxing afternoon and certainly gave a different view of the city of Lisboa.

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