Residencial Castromira

Address: Avenida Almirante Reis 35-1, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-013, Portugal | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Anjos area of Lisbon, is near Tram 28, The 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), Rua da Se, and Piscina da Penha de Franca.
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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Spain and Portugal

    A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Sevilla. Along the way we stopped in at Cordoba a small town but with a great story about a period of centuries where Muslims and Christians lived in harmony.

    Sevilla was hot, just like the kind of heat you can find on those 40 degree days in Yarrawonga. After a swim as the sun was setting we headed into the city for a feed. By the time we ate it was nearly midnight as is the norm in this part of Spain.

    I woke the next morning ...

    Week 5

    A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

    12 photos

    ... tired so we called it a day and wandered back down to town for dinner; well, we had 2 stops for wine and snacks and then finally stopped at a little wine bar called Loja do Vinho for more wine and cheese. It was the best place we had eaten all day - the cheese was superb. The only problem was a couple at a nearby table were eating the stinkiest sardines ever; I was so glad when they finally finished but then, alas, they ordered another portion...ugh. We bought a bottle of wine ...

    Lisbon: A trip to the Past

    A travel blog entry by tatoji on Jun 30, 2014

    ... look Lisbon has is its buildings with the "azulejos" (tiles) on the exterior of these buildings. Again, the tiles are an old tradition of Portugal and they stick to this still today. While other cities are becoming modern looking by adding modern architecture to their buildings, Portugal keeps these azulejos and grasps on to the only thing they have: their past.

    They hold on to the past because they simply have no hope for the future. To quote one of the speakers ...

    And we're off.....

    A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 04, 2014

    3 comments, 115 photos

    ... just taking potluck, eating at a little joint about three blocks from our hotel at about 10:30 p.m. -- dinner hour for the Portuguese :) Who knew we could be so chic!


































    The sights that I ...

    Day 3 Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 16, 2014

    12 photos

    ... are other things". There is a vegetarian dish of pita bread & chickpea curry that is shown and Donna asks about. He doesn't know, but is happy to find out. The answer is " of course we will have it" So, what the heck, we like Juan and in we go. He suggests to me the Cod. Cod is a big thing in Portugal and I haven't had it yet, so I think maybe. I ask him how it's cooked and he says "oh! I don't cook it! I will bring it to your table!" Well, apparently ...