As Janelas Verdes
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAs Janelas Verdes Lisbon
Um Hotel proximo a restaurantes e bares interessantes. Numa rua tranquila e um hotel muito charmoso.
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... take us up the hill to the Bairro Alto, where the beer lives. I say “found” because it was hiding behind a door. It looked like an entrance to step through into a church, and if I hadn’t seen a tiny sign on the outside we would have walked straight past. Waving our pink Lisbon Passes in our state of unearned privilege, we hopped on and it wound itself up the steep bank. As we filed off the carriage, KK was so delighted he stood on the bell. The driver did ...
... electric trams from the turn of the century and pedestrian streets lined with cafes. It is a city situated on 7 hills that gently roll up from a large cove shaped harbour. Despite the hills, it's easy to get around as trams and funiculars will whisk you up to the top. Our rented apartment is in a great part of town, easy to get to almost anything within a very short walk.
One of the highlights was the guided walking tour we did of ...
... Heritage sites and they are within walking distance of each other, the Belem tower, a mammoth sculpture dedicated to Portuguese explorers and Heronomous, a Medieval monastery with just amazing architecture. We got off the ship, walked to the Metro, took 2 different subway trains, then a tram, and arrived. Dad was quite impressed with my navigational abilities!
... well with the food. The food was amazing. Super fresh, super good, everything you're looking for with seafood and shellfish. The place didn’t even have the slightest fishy smell despite the masses of raw and live seafood everywhere. It seemed like the other people there were having massive feasts with multiple courses but we were more than satisfied with ours. Seafood lovers could literally tear this place up.
On the way home we stopped by one of the many ...
... take photographs of Queen Elizabeth and Victoria resting behind us. After lunch and for the first time on the trip we sat briefly on a deck chair but Nick soon had to get up, take some more photographs and continue work on the blog. Tonight we got dressed up early to go on deck for 1730 to watch the sail away as all three Cunard Queens left Lisbon together for the first time ever. The sail away was delayed because of the traffic in Lisbon which meant that 4 of the tour buses ...