3k Barcelona Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
Photos of 3k Barcelona Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews 3k Barcelona Hotel Lisbon
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
As one of us asked a question about a type of fish or how it would be prepared a waiter would appear with a live dripping wet fish that would be the center of each dish. Disappointed in last nights red wine, we asked the waiter to choose a quality Portuguese vintage to accompany our dining experience. We were promised that the establishment only carried the best wines of the region. Unfortunately our attempt to savor a Portuguese white wine was as disappointing as ...
... just arrived. Arlene and Beth had been there since the weekend, but we'd not seen them yet.
Went out for a drink and then dinner at a place around the corner. Had sardines, thinking it was like Spain - small in oil and garlic. Nope, they were the big ones. Chris de-boned them for me. They were delicious, though too many bones.
Back to the hotel, and believe me, I slept very well, considering it could have been much ...
... and play dates in the park. It was really cool to experience their laid back and happy lifestyle. I don't know how you could be sad living there!
Sunday I went to the local markets, it was a bunch of junk but so cool to see all the different pieces. Then I made my way to the monastery on the other side of town. On the bus ride there I met an older Belgian couple that spoke French with me and invited me to stay with them if I ever find myself in Belgium ...
... train to Madrid for Tuesday, arriving Madrid about 8 am Wednesday. We had been recommended an eatery called Pinocchio by our first Lisbon pension man, and we looked in the corner of the square and did not immediately find - there are many squares anyway, plus when we finally found it - Pinóquio - we saw why it did not immediately catch our eyes! Had to wait in a queue, but worth it. Fun. Finally....in a Starbucks purely for wifi and here we go try and ...
... over all Lisbon, then down again. Walked through the older part of town. Students doing some sort of sit-in in the main pedestrian area, and others doing a "chant-in" on a corner, all dressed in black formal dress. Since the earthquake in the 1800s, all buildings were rebuilt on a square pattern, same shape and height, and all earthquake resistant. Came to the river bank, to Terreiro do Paco (Palace Square ) and walked through even older areas of docklands to the ...