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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... cab and dropped off the guys to their hostel before heading out to ours. We checked in, which was a bit of a mission, as the hostel was in a big apartment building and we had to get buzzed in, then there was a weird thing going on with the lifts, but we eventually got up there and checked in, then chilled out in the common room for a while before we went to bed. We tried to watch some TV, but couldn't get it to work, so we just chilled on the wifi for a bit. ...
... to the fourth floor. Very helpful English-speaking attendant debated with colleagues how my need to have stitches removed might best be met. After some time it was agreed that I needed to get a 'document' from a doctor saying it was safe for a nurse to take out the stitches. There would be no doctor till the afternoon, the procedure was expensive, so we would be advised to go to a 'nursing centre' where everything would be 'simpler'!!
... Chiado to the red line at Alameda station and travel about 30 minutes to the Park of Nations at the ultra modern Oriente station and Vasco de Gama shopping center to view the Vasco de Gama bridge (its' causeway can be seen from the castle) and tower that resembles the luxury Burj el Arab hotel in Dubai as well. Then waste some euros at the casino and take a sky ride along the river in a cable car built for the world fair more than a decade ago. By the way at that monastery inside is ...
If you walk in and around Lisbon you can find many
historical building with Manueline style architecture. The term Manueline was first
used in late 18th century to explain the Portuguese contribution to
European Gothic style. The actual Manueline design was used in early 16th
century and continued to some ...
Wednesday, February 29
Weather: cold and foggy until noon. Sunny afternoon
Through the arch and onto tram 15 and 20 minutes later we were in the town of Belem, 6 kms ...