Sao Pedro

Address: Rua Sao Pedro Martir, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santiago area of Lisbon, is near Bairro Alto, Oriente Station, Chapitô, and Docas de Santo Amaro.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Chicken or the Egg-Tart?

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Nov 07, 2014

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... an impressive building, we climbed to the top and had a great view of the city and an internal view of the building.

On the way back, we watched a magnificent sunset from one of the many vantage points in Alfama.

This is where the rest of the 18 hours comes in, I went to sleep without dinner at around 7 and didn't stir again until 9 in the morning.

We started the day late (breakfast, faffing). Headed out to get ...

SATA which means lots of waiting!

A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Aug 23, 2014

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... and he could speak really well. That’s another thing I’ve notices, there are a lot of people from England in Lisboa. It’s so cool to hear them talk English because they have the fancy accents. After dinner we found a mini mart to buy water for the night and a cheap store to buy some necessities and headed back to the hostel because we’re lame, but mostly jet lagged and tired.

Oh yeah! We met our roommate, ...

Study Abroad Blog 1

A travel blog entry by jpunyarthi3 on Jun 03, 2014

... even further reduced the gross domestic product. Given the tight economic situation, the Portuguese government cut massive amounts of spending leading to a plethora of job losses and lower disposable incomes.

Factors such as the rapid reduction in gross domestic product, increasing bond yields, and the severe austerity measures led to Portugal requesting financial aid from the European Union. An economic program was adjusted in early ...


A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 04, 2014

2 comments, 40 photos

... involved Centaurs as well as a rooster and peacock fighting. Future note to self, I will make sure to write down the names of the paintings and the artists so I do not forget.

Terreiro do Paco- This is an open area with a very impressive statue at its center. There are cafes on the side and the square is extended all the way to the sea and you can literally walk down a few steps into it. This is a great place to grab lunch ...

Tram 28

A travel blog entry by thaampyoo on Feb 22, 2014

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... the DJ we'd planned to see. It turns out the event was scheduled for Friday night and not Saturday, oh well Barrio Alto would have to do. Finding a place to eat proved more challenging than than you might think. It's fair to say that our group decision making requires some fine tuning, and we spent the best part of an hour ******* about choosing somewhere to eat. ...