Casa De Sao Mamede

Rua da Escola Politecnica 159, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250-100, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

At the Market

A travel blog entry by jlimina


... room temperature. It now holds a place of honour in our kitchen, like a special cake sitting out so that everyone can see it and wonder, "when are we going to eat that?"

After the market we went for lunch. Six hundred and eighty two steps later, we arrived to a small family run restaurant recommended in the Eye Witness guide (TopTen). It was 1:15 and we were again the first ones there. This is when Tony said he was going to try "bacalhau" which is salted cod, ...

Sleep on a Plane

A travel blog entry by glieden18

Sleep on a plane... its kinda like snakes on a plane minus the snakes. I made it safely to Portugal and slept almost all of the flight (minus the food part, wouldnt want to miss that of course). I woke up as we touched down and the plane was clapping, I think there might have been landing problems. I remember the pilot saying there would be a ...

Amazing drivers - Ben

A travel blog entry by kye


I feel it important at this stage to mention the fabulous driving we have encountered whilst in Portugal. I find it astonishing that there are not loads of Portuguese drivers at the top of Formula 1. My first encounter with them was when I saw what I assumed was a stretch limousine roaring up behind us. As it got closer I realised that the front was a newish Merc the next part was a Renault Twingo the third section a Ford Focus ...

The adventure of the PortuGALs

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... to the airport, costing us a nice chunk of change (the airport was not close). So, we cancelled our hostel room for sunday night and left on the last metro train to the airport. We set up camp and slept there for the night, but none of us did much sleeping. The airport was freezing, my body ached from being so cold. There was nowhere comfortable to lay. We first tried a closed cafe, lining up chairs to make makeshift beds. Then we had to move to a warmer location, ...

Lisbon, a southern gem

A travel blog entry by slouise123


... caprihanas and sangria,are filled with both locals and tourists. If you go out in Lisbon, the bars will only get full around 11 or so. Dinner is eaten late and everything comes alive late into the night. The streets are full of people playing music, locals sitting out on patios drinking wine and the vibe is so vibrant. Every drink you order you will be greeted with a smile and a friendly conversation. Although Spain is known for its sangria, it is just as yummy in Portugal. ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding