Lisbon Parque Das Nacoes Youth Hostel

Address: Rua de Moscavide, 47, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1998-011, Portugal | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Santa Maria dos Olivais area of Lisbon, is near Parque das Nacoes, Expo '98 / Parque das Nações, Trams & Funiculars, and Estacao do Oriente.
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Now some time in Lisbon, Portugal

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Dec 25, 2014

36 photos

... the jet noise carries a long way. Oh well hadto get up soon or later. The days should be a nice, but as i open the shutters i am greeted by cloudy skies. We attempt to visit the AquaDuct but that turns out to be a waste of time. So we grab the subway and visit a huge shopping mall. Lucky as it starts to rain a little.

The mall is huge and packed with shoppers. Dont buy anything but spend a few hours walking around. Nothing else exciting today


Pastel de Natas

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Sep 03, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... on the bank of the Tagus river in the Belem area, which celebrates the Portuguese Age of Discovery during the 15th and 16th centuries. Cut off from the rest of Europe by their sometimes hostile neighbors, the Portuguese turned to their only other frontier, the sea, claiming territories in Africa, South America, the Orient, and India.

I was surprised to find that Portugal also has a Christ the Redeemer statue, ...

Lisbon, Portugal!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jun 24, 2014

1 comment

... named after King Manuel I (d. 1521), which was prominent in the 15th century up until the mid 18th century. The Manueline style featured spiral columns, very intricate and delicate stonework, gothic spires, arches, and vaulted ceilings, and motif carvings of artichokes and rhinoceroses, an exotic animal brought over to Portugal (and Europe for the first time since the Roman Empire) from India that the ...

Frenchman vs. Peacock

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 21, 2014

4 photos

... energy to visit the Jardim Botanico Tropical. It was a typical botanical garden with ducks, palm trees, and pretty flowers, but there were random pieces of art, such as an oversized pair of black binoculars laying on the grass. It was not crowded until I reached the peacock area. Peacocks make the strangest noise. They are gorgeous creatures, but their calls make them sound as if their feathers are being plucked. "Ooooow!" I kept hearing the male screech. ...

Belém: Natas, History and Picnics in the park

A travel blog entry by curious1 on Feb 19, 2014

49 photos

... tracks. His directions turned out to be 100% accurate, and in English (impressive, given he was probably in his 70s at least). When we got off the tram, he even made sure that we were going the right way. I'm sure the fact that he got to help "pretty young ladies" (his words) from Canada made his day.

The tower is not what I was expecting, given that it is touted to have great views. I was expecting it to be on a hill, not right at the river's edge! It didn't ...