Cama,Corpo & Cafe Puravida

Address: Calcada Marques de Abrantes, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Day 1: Exploring Lisbon

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Feb 01, 2020

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... nowhere… on down to a lively bar district over near the bridge across the bay…

And that’s how Lisbon became one of my favouritest cities… I’m a sucker for cities with steep hills, huge bridge—not to mention aqueducts… Beautiful architecture, cheap lodging, the best all you can eat buffet in the world… and did I mention there’s a castle on top of one of those hills?

And ...


A travel blog entry by merel.lubbe on Sep 28, 2015

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... much. At night you sometimes can hear the calming sounds of madly barking dogs and fighting, originating from the building across the street. This building is also known as 'the crack-house’ - quite a pretentious nickname for a place that is practically solely known for its weed and hasj dealers.

Do rest assured: security and security cameras are always covering the surrounding area of our building, when it’s dark we simply take a cab right to ...

Kayaking through the Grotto's

A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jun 20, 2015

... but in fact great Portuguese food. As it was nearing midnight they only had three options available. We opted for the Leitao, the suckling pig. It was delicious and served with a huge salad and chips. We also had a bottle of green wine and it was super cheap. After dinner we had a walk through the part neighbourhood and it was crazy to see so many people out on the street. It was packed! We walked back to the hostel for a good night's ...

A View from the Barrio

A travel blog entry by lynnandkriss on Apr 11, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... against the fearsome wind blowing along the riverfront that morning, we sheltered in the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos. The church features some fine stained glass, little fabric covers for the crosses like tea cosies – cross cosies if you like – and the tomb of your actual Vasco da Gama. The cloisters were grand and impressive, and on the upper level was a very informative timeline display so you could place Portuguese history within the wider context of world ...

Our Five Days in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Nov 15, 2014

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... explorers that set out to discover new continents and countries, and were often gone for 2-3 years. Once again the buildings take your breath away!

Heather and I would always find a nice restaurant for a big lunch. We had a grocery store close by and with a full kitchen in our apartment we ate breakfast and most dinners in. Often we would go for a stroll in the evenings and take in the energy of the big city street life.

Day 4 ...