Altis Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Dane had already checked the temperature with his pinky toe and declared that it was too cold but he says that even when it's perfect so I was a little skeptical. Just incase, I ran and dove in before I had a chance to change my mind. The temperature made my bones hurt and I only managed to stay in for a couple of minutes. I can honestly say that it's the first time in my life that I've felt relieved to emerge from an ocean swim into the sea breeze! The wind actually felt ...
... stunning views of Lisbon can be found. The walk up is worth it though, and it is only 7 euros or so to get in.
Santa Justa Elevator (B+) - A neo-gothic vertical elevator which takes citizens from the lower district of Baixa up to the Largo do Carmo. Due to Lisbon's fluctuating elevations there are a number of "elevators" which take people from one district to another without requiring stairs or ramps. The Santa Justa Elevator is the ...
... on one of the Alfama's palm-shaded squares, then went back to our hostel to work and run and rest up for Helen's arrival, which we hoped would give us a bit of a spark, because we could tell that we were still flagging a bit under European city overload.
Helen definitely delivered. It was so wonderful to see her again, and her enthusiasm gave us all kinds of new energy; as soon as she showed up at ...
... headed back to the hostel to check in.
Our hostel was the most amazing hostel I've ever seen. We couldn't enter without a security code, so it was safe. It started on the fourth floor of a building right in the middle of downtown and was three floors total. The last floor had an awesome lounge with couches and fluffy rugs, and it was all very clean. The hostel sponsored a different and cheap event each night and ...
In 1755, there was a strong earthquake shattering the city of Lisbon and indebted to all re-building efforts, Lisbon nowadays is still the capital city of Portugal with its magnificent monastery, castle, church and lots to see. Just following the twists and turns of cobble-stoned streets all the way up to St. ...