Hotel Dom Afonso Henriques

Rua Cristovao Falcao, no 8, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1900-172, Portugal | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the S. João area of Lisbon, is near Hills Tour, Monumental, Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa, and Orquestra Sinfonica Portuguesa.
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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Lisbon.

    A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... Basically it's the best custard tart you have ever had! It's a filo like pastry, and filled with a sweet set yet still ouzey filling of custard. Rumor has it that there is only 3 people in the world that know the exact recipe for the 'Pastiès de Belemè' and there are queues around the street for them! We cut the line and went straight in I enjoyed mine with a coffee. Jed ordered chocolate milk, hoping for a 'Brekka' type milkshake. Out came a thick hot chocolate. ...

    Obligatory Food Post (Lisbon)

    A travel blog entry by stevenwaugh on May 16, 2014

    ... are also common. Lunches are long, service is slow compared to the pace of traditional american restaurants. Patience is crucial or else you will be an anxious mess waiting for your bill or a refill. Lunch is followed by a coffee. The coffee can either be purchased at the restaurant, or the mini cafes common in the vast majority of the squares in Lisbon. Oh, and the bread is not always free!

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    12 hours in Lisbon!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... and restaurants in the evenings and there is a museum which we visited which explains its roots and where you can listen to it.....any song that as ever been recorded....through headphones. Now for someone who dearly loves the "Tweets" and knows the dance moves, I have to say that Fado is a tad too melancholic for me...we are talking of songs sung by homesick sailors and the sound can best be described as "mournful".

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    Sea Day and Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 26, 2013

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    The days have settled into a rhythm now – usually gym, spa, swim, breakfast and then tour or relax. We are meeting some delightful people on this cruise. Its interesting the difference from the passengers on our first cruise. More friendly, sassier dressers – more colour, more bling and more jewelry. They like dancing and walking - are participators not spectators. We met 2 delightful girls in the spa from Siberia yesterday. They couldn't speak a word of English ...

    The real Peri Peri

    A travel blog entry by jj3101 on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... we ambled down the twisted cobble stoned paths to the waterfront, once again appreciating how pretty Lisbon is. We spend the afternoon aimlessly strolling before locating the the theatre that was hosting a Fado performance for the evening. Fado is a traditional form of Portuguese music made up of guitars and vocalists, and can only be described as a soulful version of opera. Although neither of us understood a word that was sang, we walked away very moved by the performance. ...