Hotel Gat Rossio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Lisbon was our second stop in Portugal and a much bigger city than Porto. We arrived by train which took about 3hrs from Porto. The train was fairly bumpy and swayed a lot so we were both quite happy to finally arrive and step into the fresh air. By the time we arrived and checked into our hotel in the Rossio area it was late afternoon. We set out …
... as well as excavations under City Hall, are splendid – even in the rain.
We continue driving to Lisbon, and it appears that the storm system which plagued our departure from Morocco has followed us. Our guide tells us he has never entered the city under such conditions. We cross a long bridge, built like the Golden Gate in San Francisco. There ...
... one street of used car dealers and cafes about as clean as the place we'd left behind) for a beer, cold cheese and ham sandwich and flaming row on the way home. I tried sleeping in one of the 'unoccupied' beds, but the dampness of the foam mattress soon penetrated and we retreated again, to the van. I emerged blinking onto the weed cluttered drive and managed a very decent porridge and coffee breakfast on the vine tangled terrace. On entry to ...
... public transportation to discourage crime. Therefore, when I saw the graffiti in Lisbon, I was convinced that there was a lot of crime in the city. But not every work of graffiti was associated with gangs. There were large, elaborate murals done by street artists drawn on the sides of multiple buildings. The government encourages graffiti here, as a way to let the citizens express their political and ...
... bang in the middle of Lisbon, with absolutely stunning views of the city and pretty court yards inside. It was also home to some of the earliest inhabitants of Portugal. There are ruins from the 7th and 8th centuries BC.
We visited another mirradourra then home to change and went out for dinner. Before getting home we stopped at a ‘conservaria’ and bought a few tins for lunches. We over ordered on dinner, but we ate some ...