No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Johnies Place Lisbon
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... from the Miradouro de Sao Pedro de Alcantara. The weather was partly cloudy and there had been rain earlier, but we were lucky to get some views in during a sunny spell.
Our next stop was the Port Wine Institute as Efren was already hankering for some port. It was a few minutes before opening time (11am) so we strolled down the narrow street to check out the beautiful Sao Roque Church. The church has a beautiful painted wood ceiling and lovely side ...
We had a great night sleep in the hostel and woke to have a great included breakfast of bacon & eggs :-). We soon head off to go pick up our Twizzy!The guy gives us a run down of how to drive it - and we're off! It's a really great concept cos all you've got to do is of course follow the pre loaded course on the map and when you come across a historical site, the gps then tells you all about it! It's really cool. It's like being on a tourist bus except we have ...
... are treated with a delicious Spanish delicacy. The Spanish call it a Pastais de belain. It is a cup of pastry made into a cup with thin layers upon layers and then filled with custard and then baked. Once it’s sprinkled with some cinnamon and the warm pastry goes down like a treat. I am an avid pastry lover and this does not disappoint. When we have finished with our pastry and after we get a group photo at the monument we head to our hostel. This place was amazing ...
... of Lisbon, named in honor of England's King Edward VII who came to Portugal in 1902 to reaffirm the Anglo-Portuguese alliance. A photo stop was made at the top of the gardens where we had a wonderful view over the city. A big screen had been setup at the bottom of the park so the Portugese could watch their team playing in the World Cup. We travelled into the heart of Portugal and the oldest district of Alfama with its twisting alleys and tiny ...
... spider crabs, prawns, shrimp, clams, barnacles etc. At this point we grabbed all the eyeballs sitting close to us. Anything that crawls or swims in the ocean is on our plate. With a predatory look on our faces we used the tools presented to us to slowly work our way through the giant ass seafood platter, of course with a 1.5 liter jug of Sangria to wash it all down. Our intensity ...