Lisbon Old Town Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLisbon Old Town Hostel
Best location! Cruisy people- pretty much every single person is an Aussie! The rooms are not to bad, bunk beds with an shared ensuite :)
Our door handle was so fricken annoying- you could close it without locking it, which woke everyone up
Breaky included- yew! I need to stop eating so much food (6 pieces of toast and a bowl of cereal)
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... to be near royalty also built their estates nearby so there are plenty of "palaces" in the area.
We visited the National Palace(Palacio National), which dates to the 15th century and is the oldest palace in the area. Originally started as a hunting lodge it was expanded over time and now meanders over the hillside with multiple levels and corresponding steps that need to be traversed. Although it has been called the Versailles of Portugal it ...
... appear from the artifacts saved and documented, that the site was part the original waterfront.
Trotted off to find accomodation, and were directed to what was termed a B&B in the old part of town. I'd be more inclined to call it a boarding house, as there were multiple floors, with about 5 to 6 rooms on each floor. Breakfast was included but no other meals available. Shame the internet access was only in the lobby, ...
... as soon as you alight from the cable car. They wander nearby as you walk around the site, but instructions are clear that you are not to feed them or get too close to them as they may bite and we can also be dangerous to them as they can be susceptible to human diseases such as measles... They are regularly vaccinated for rabies etc. but the British government. The other unusual part of this journey is the fact that you actually have to walk across the ...
... At least here I can converse with Ana about the weather, or about lunch, or whatever is on the Spanish news, but when I come home that won't be the case… I guess I should move to Texas or Arizona, huh? But in all reality, I am going to have to seek out places to speak my not-so-fluent Spanish. That's a challenge I am scared to tackle when I return.
As much as I am looking forward to ordering my favorite tacos from Taqueria el ...
... the 28 line trolley around the city, which takes you through the Alfama, or old town, area. You can hop on and hop off of this line at any time, which makes it convenient for people like us (specifically Sam) who want to take ...