Hotel Borges Chiado
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By Tuesday of our first week in Lisboa, I felt like we had already seen so much of the city that I was pretty well acquainted. I knew what the churches and cathedral looked like and (mostly) where they were located; I'd seen my fair share of azulejos of several hundred different patterns and designs; I knew a handful of distinguishing characteristics of the Manueline style of architecture that is so prominent in this city; I ...
... heading back to our beds for a much deserved nap. Waking up well rested, we headed over to one of our hostels partners in Lisbon for a delicious BBQ. After meeting even more people from all over the world and participating in some after dinner Sangria and dancing, we got sucked into joining the group on the pub crawl through Barrio Alto (the area in Lisbon with over 100 bars/clubs). Of course, we didn't have a hard time saying no to that... Walking towards the ...
... the parking station had only opened an hour ago and we were their first customers. More cheers and clapping. To celebrate the event, we were offered free parking for the whole of our stay in Lisbon!!! Needless to say, we accepted without hesitation.
The parking station was about 200m back from the current waterfront, which, over time, had extended into the harbour. Excavating for the car park must have been a nightmare, as ...
... pastries called travessoro (spelling unreliable there!) for lunch. In the afternoon we drove around the coast to the western most point on the European continent - Cabo Da Roca - and to a lovely beach town called Cascais. We will leave it to the photos to tell the story! Tomorrow we plan to see a museum in the morning then we catch the train to Porto. Just want to take the chance to wish Mum a MASSIVELY AMAZING 50th BIRTHDAY TODAY!!! Lots of love, T&E ...
... Barrio Alto had to offer. I danced into the morning with the hostel workers: Jürgen, a Norweigan whose 2 week Lisbon holiday ended in a 2 year stay & Georgia, our Italian receptionist, who desperately wanted to move to Cape Town. Or you drink some white wine, while enjoying the best cupcakes. We quickly made friends with the Brazilian waiter, who told us about a jazz place up the street. One can't go ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Borges Chiado Lisbon
This was the perfect location. A 2 min walk from the subway, tram and right in the heart of the action. I'd go back in a heart beat.
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