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?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Acores Lisboa Lisbon
Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... annually in 200 acre portions. They had to rebuild all of their buildings and buy back their breeding horses, which had been sold by the peasants who took over the ranch. We had a wonderful soup, chicken and rice.
We arrived at the Hotel Mundial in the early evening. It's in a great location and our room is fine. We ate in the hotel since we were very tired and my foot ...
... Sevilla. Along the way we stopped in at Cordoba a small town but with a great story about a period of centuries where Muslims and Christians lived in harmony.
Sevilla was hot, just like the kind of heat you can find on those 40 degree days in Yarrawonga. After a swim as the sun was setting we headed into the city for a feed. By the time we ate it was nearly midnight as is the norm in this part of Spain.
I woke the next morning ...
... was so relaxing and we explored the markets nearby Another one of the days we went to the richest chapel in the world and then to sintra. At sintra we visited the palaces and castles. They were absolutely beautiful! It seems like such a nice town! We then had cocktails to celebrate my birthday the next day at a 5 star hotel overlooking the whole of Lisbon which was so ...
... through a tower to where you are on the Atlantic side of the castle and, pow! You get blasted by powerful winds that feel as if they will blow you right off the wall. Incidentally, there are no handrails and the side walls are very low, plus you are right on the edge of the mountain going straight down so any kind of fall would be...well let's just say my knees started sort of knocking. It is a very exhilarating place to be. The views are amazing, of course - over the town below and ...
It just took a simple "portugues" to get Gregorious to reevaluate all his life in Night Train to Lisbon by Pascal Mercier. Gregorious used to be the most routine person in the world; he had worked in the same place all his life, taught the same classes and learned about the same boring (an entirely subjective opinion of my own) languages. However, when he had the one quick-deep encounter with the Portuguese woman ...