Cama,Corpo & Cafe Puravida

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

Lisbon, here I come!!!

A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Apr 02, 2015

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... And that all came to an abrupt halt in 1755 with the greatest earthquake known to Europe – a off-shore quake of about 9.6 that caused shaking for 9 minutes and a tsunami that decimated the town. Sixty percent of the population was gone in a day. The King, a survivor, moved out and designated a new architect to rebuild. And rebuild they did.

Portugal has the oldest borders of any country in Europe, although it is also one ...

Lisbon Day 1

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 16, 2014

9 photos

Drove along a bit more of Algarve coast then hit the motorway for Lisbon. Found a free camp site on the bank of the river Tagus, looking towards the amazing 25de Abril bridge. Was designed by designers of the San Fransisco - Oakland Bay bridge but looks like Golden Gate Bridge and is spectacular anyway. Impressive huge statue of Christ the King overlooking the river - Rob thought we were in Rio! Lisbon is a big, spread out city, ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jul 12, 2014

57 photos

... history of the lead up and execution of Operation Overload and the landings in France. Moving on from last years WWI history lessons, it was interesting and eye opening to learn more about WWII history. We took a tour to visit the major sites of Omaha beach, Point-de-Huc, Utah Beach, memorials and surrounding bunkers. Again the loss of life was devastating on both the Allied and German sides.



From Bayeux ...

Nossa Church and the Train Trip to Porto

A travel blog entry by dcdave100 on May 28, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... at some point, getting some sort of rep-remand for sitting in the "wrong seat". Its become such a trend that I have come to expect some sort of hassle one way or the other. This trip was no different. We got up late and had like an hour window to catch one of three trains to Porto. When we got to the train station we had no time to get the "lay of the land" sort of speak, because the minute we ...

To go where no man has gone before!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 15, 2014

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... border of Brazil. This is why Brazilians speak Portugese and the rest of South America speaks Spanish. It also explains why Angola and Mozambique speak Portugese. These two empires had it all until the Dutch and the English decided they wanted a piece of the action.....and boy, that's a whole other story!