Lisbon Old Town Hostel
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... European cities, has so many narrow cobbled streets and magnificent buildings, we both said now much we liked it. We had an average meal at an outside cafe, watching the world go by, then grabbed a taxi back to the hotel when the slope of the hill became to great for David's cankles... Back to the H on H off bus. We jumped on the bus and did the full Monty... All ...
Porto!! Another train strike forced us on the bus which was ok because it was cheaper and just as quick. While waiting for the bus we got coffee and a franzesina at the lice cafe (in reference to the students who frequent it). Sitting near us were a bunch of late 20 something's who were still out from last night and very drunk/high. The called us over and ...
... came to Portugal, the country continued to gain more international recognition. The Schengen Agreement created in 1985, which eventually eliminated internal border controls between members of the European Union, also helped to emphasize the importance of accepting immigrants. States in the EU needed to cooperate in order to establish the economic and social benefits of being a cohesive political unit in the global economy.
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In the center of the Praca Restauradaures is a large obelisk. It was erected in 1886 to mark Portugal's independence from Spain in 1640. While walking around the plaza we were able to find a magnet for Leslie's collection as well as a Lisbon guidebook. For lunch on the plaza we opted for the Hard Rock Cafe. We must have all been starving. We each greatly enjoyed our sandwiches. We gladly paid the 54 Euros and moved on.
... new food, saw new places, and sat on the floor of a bus for six hours...GREAT TIMES!!
** Fun fact**
- The award for the most creative "pick-up line" Katlin and I have heard thus far goes to a guy in Lisbon...
So we were walking down the street in the center of Lisbon when one guy walks past us going the other way, he does a double take and as we continue walking he says, loud enough for us to hear, " Oh my god, they killed Ken!"
GET IT??? ;)
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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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