3k Madrid Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... Golden Gate Bridge - was impressive. The ferry ride was great and offered great views of the Lisbon skyline.
One thing I love about hostels in Portugal is that they include breakfast, and the buffet-style crepe, etc. breakfasts at the Alfama Patio Hostel were excellent. A smart backpacker trick is to take an extra roll, add toppings and make that your lunch, which we did.
For 9 euros, the ...
... small) town. Our host is also a part time DJ so he took us to the nightclub where he plays, where we met 3 really nice portugese girls. The next day we went to the portugese national park that actually goes into northern spain, called "GerÍs", which is just painstakingly BEAUTIFUL.
Porto is just south of Braga, and was one of, if not my favourite, portugese city that I have seen. Its a village based on a hill, and by the river the view, at ...
... adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">We purchased the transport day-pass (€7 per person) which entitled us to unlimited travel on bus, tram, train, lifts, funiculars and cable cars in Lisbon for 24 hours.
... sister and no other relatives…I am Portuguese”. I think he was expressing to us his sentiment towards his country and also the Portuguese dissent for constantly being mistaken for Spanish especially by foreigners. I think he was pleasantly surprised to hear our interest in him and his story and our fascination with the Portuguese culture. He spoke English extremely well, and he wanted to give us suggestions, helped ...
... can finish it off in one of the bars.
Our first view of the city in the day was a bit gloomy but it didn't stop us pounding the pavement of Baixo and the surrounding areas. It's hard to believe that Portugal was a leading country centuries ago. We stopped for a pretty wicked hot chocolate with a view and and further along the way we stumbled across a gig in a small shopping center.