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TravelPod Member ReviewsLiving Lounge Hostel Lisbon
Stay here, definitely!! Clean, clean, clean. Friendly! Comfortable! Great location! Loved the staff! I would go back to Lisbon just to go to this hostel again. It felt like home and I was sad to leave it. Take the tours, eat the food they prepare at the hostel... you can't go wrong.
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Voltar a casa é uma azafama mental! Acho que já estou preparado, mas este nó de estômago talvez me queira convencer do contrário. Hoje há exaltação de emoções marcada para as seis e meia da tarde. A bebida será um cocktail de alegria, êxtase, gritaria, beijos e abraços, “estástãomagro”s em diferentes timbres de voz, sorrisos, palmadonas nas costas, afagamento de pelo, cócegas ao de leve, interjeições de falcetos, mais alegria, níveis de adrenalina elevadíssimos que têm de ...
... the most interesting part was the incredible number and excitement of the people. Little kids chanting 'vivo papa' (or essentially long live The Father). Not being Catholic, or religious at all for that matter, I was not particularly interested in the mass itself. Especially since I wouldn't be able to understand it anyhow. I was perfectly content to be pushed unapologetically into everyone else's personal space and watch him drive up to the stage in his ...
... brewed fresh right there. There were apples...apples!...on the table. Sigh. Needless to say we extended our stay at Black and White another day. The first day we were in Lisbon we befriended a girl from Australia who was also staying at our hostel and the three of us went off to Sentra, a little town about 40 minutes away from the city. We walked all around the tiny cobbled streets of the village ...
... lot of red roofs in Lisbon! We also visited the Jerónimos Monestary and the Monument to the Discoverers which were both really neat. The Monument to the Discoverers is basically a monument dedicated the Portuguese explorers from the 15th and 16th centuries. Then we were taken to area near the gorgeous Praça do Comércio and we had a lot of free time to shop around. I bought a t-shirt for my dad and a couple other little things. Also, my roommate and I found a bargain on ...
... gorgeous textiles from Persia and the Ottoman Empire (one of which a tourist happened to trip and step on unfortunately - an Islamic carpet - if it had to be anything, that was probably best), a breathtaking collection. That evening, we headed back to the massive mall for dinner and a movie...in English! It had been awhile. On the final day we were slightly limited in what we could do as virtually all attractions are closed on Mondays. We headed to ...