Lisbon Old Town Hostel
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... lived. They also only served as abbot for a year - and were voted in by the other monks.
The other stop was pure Disney stuff - a multi-coloured castle on many levels with lovely views over to Lisbon and also to the sea. It reminded us of Portmerion - but this one was built as a summer palace by one of the kings (cousin to Queen Victoria) and was used for many years. Lovely gardens, and nice to see the interior as it ...
... safe in his charge. (We met the soul of Portugal)
In 1973 our daughter Joni flew to Lisbon from her home in Baltimore to spend the summer with us. As a family,Barbara, Lisa, Ana and Iset out on our journey from our home in Spain (Jerez) to meet her, however fate, in the form of a malfunctioning automobile changed our plans, with Barbara and our two girls accompanying the car, hauled by a tow truck, back to Seville for repairs, while ...
... heritage site, it is a tourist hotspot. Living in a world heritage site is never going to be cheap, however, the residents are rich beyond belief. The houses are hidden from view of the streets, but as the village is mountainous you can look down on certain 'houses’ and you suddenly see that they are not houses at all, even the term mansions don’t do these ‘abodes’ justice. Essentially, they are mini-castles. Nonetheless they are not garish ...
... These designs can also be found in the town plazas and almost any form of outside walkway. The work is not only beautiful, but also very impressive. It is unbelievable that such precise geometric designs could be made from such small uneven stones. The pieces of stone are so small one walkway could easily use hundreds of pieces, and these pieces were all hand laid. This was made possible by the large amount of cheap labor available in 19th century ...
... other familiar childhood songs. Before I knew it, 4am rolled around and it was time to go home. After all, my bus left at 7am sharp for Lisboa! Two hours of sleep definitely was not enough to prepare for the long walking tours awaiting us in Portugal. My head ached all day but the beauty of the city kept me awake and alert.
Lisboa was actually extremely similar to San Fransisco. There were steep and narrow roads, trolleys, it sits on a fault ...
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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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