Cama,Corpo & Cafe Puravida

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

Week 5

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

12 photos

... able to whip out a book that tells you where to go and what you are seeing there. Anyway, we went into the maritime museum and I have to admit I didn't find it as interesting as Dennis did. There are lots and lots and LOTS of models of ships, but after my lunchtime rose I only felt like laying down on one of the rare benches I saw and taking a nice little nap. We finally made it to the end of the gallery where they had information about the royal yacht and the actual bedrooms of ...

Lisbon: A trip to the Past

A travel blog entry by tatoji on Jun 30, 2014

... travelling to Lisbon is like hopping on a time machine and going back 20 years. It is very much a city, and country heavily impacted by the Salazar dictatorship of the twentieth century and since 1974 it still has not been able to fully recover. In the novel Night Train to Lisbon, by Pascal Mercier, the protagonist Raimund Gregorious travels to Lisbon and traces back the story of a doctor Amadeu de Prado. In his adventure, it is quickly noted how incredibly present the past is. ...

And we're off.....

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on May 04, 2014

3 comments, 115 photos

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Our next stop before lunch was at the National Palace of Ajuda. The most interesting room there was furnished entirely with pieces covered with porcelain decorations – very strange! On ...

Part 4: misc. & Part 5: so many Algarve towns

A travel blog entry by steve13 on Feb 13, 2014

3 comments, 20 photos

... and checked out neighboring towns on our own. We are at present weighing the pros and cons of a 3 day trip to Gibralter, Seville and Morocco. We are also debating whether or not to rent a car for a few days next week. The train station is about a 25 minute walk; we sometime soon will go there fo a daytrip we have not yet been. We fly home in 13 days; lots of time left to do lots of stuff! Yesterday, we went on a 3 1/2 hike, clear through Albufeira West to the next town, then ...

Lisbon

A travel blog entry by peteranderica on Sep 10, 2013

6 photos

... was already very warm. We boarded a shuttle bus which took us to Commerce Street which lay just behind Commerce Square, also known as the Black Horse Square because of the bronze statue of King Jose 1 riding his horse. Leaving the square, we walked under the Triumphal Arch into the main shopping area and past the very strange lift that takes passengers to the higher levels of the city. We then headed east below the castle of St George to the old part of the ...