DoubleTree By Hilton Lisbon - Fontana Park Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon
... get ourselves ready and head out for dinner with all the people from the bus. This is where I get my first glimpse at Didier (pronounced Didiyaay) the bus driver. He the stereotypical Portuguese male and he is dressed impeccably and in his nice collared salmon t shirt, slacks and shoes. Meanwhile I am dressed with cargo shorts, singlet and thongs on. The difference is resounding. The group heads off and first stop after walking along the waterfront is for shots. The ...
... palm reading.
Kyle: Lisbon is really pretty, awesome weather for sure. The subway is really easy to navigate, there are only four lines that will take you just about anywhere. It might take the average Joe a while to find their way around the city, but I'm sure it's not a bad place to get lost on purpose in. Finally, the people in Lisbon are really cool, just about all of them speak really excellent English too.
(except gypsies -says louisa)
... to seek our the LX Factory, located underneath the San Francisco style bridge. Jose from Cordoba Bed and Be recommended this revamped industrial area for a Sunday afternoon. The restaurants, flee market and unique stores offer a very cool artsy vibe tucked away under the roar of the bridge, it reminded me of the Grounds of Alexandria in Sydney. The book store was particularly beautiful and fresh, built in and around an old printing ...
We had the option of going to a traditional lunch but unfortunately the restaurant, which was off the beaten path, was closed. Wasted a bit of our free time to find that out. We ended up at one near the Cathedral and continue to be disappointed with the food we have had here. Our dinner later in the day did nothing to change this.
Our guide had gone to her parents place for lunch and would meet us in 2 hours giving us time ...
We took an overnight train from Spain to Lisbon (Lisboa), Portugal. An exciting thing about going to Lisbon is that I got to see my stepsister Maddie! She has been there for about 8 months so I hadn't seen her in awhile. We spent four days in Lisbon. We hung out with Maddie and her boyfriend Goncalo and also did some sightseeing. The first and second days, we got a hop-on hop-off bus ticket like the Big Bus tours in London. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility