Hotel Real Portugal

Address: R. Alvaro Rodrigues de Azevedo, Lisbon, Estremadura, 2770-197 , Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on R. Alvaro Rodrigues de Azevedo, Lisbon, is near Cascais, Reykjavik Art Museum (Listasafn Reykjavikur), Tróia, A Wilder Beach, and Einar Jonsson Museum (Listasafn Einars Jonssonar).
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Lisboa sightseeing

A travel blog entry by dles3222 on Jun 02, 2015

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... and slaves.
King John V had 2 ******* sons (with a Nun) but no legitimate heirs, so he built them a palace and they became the future kings. This palace is now the Spanish embassy.
We now visit King Edward V11 park. It is overlooking part of Lisboa right through to the Tajo river. A statute there depicts the destruction in 1755 earthquake (and subsequent Tsunami) and the rebuilding of the city. An interesting piece of artwork.
Romans, ...

Portugal...Hills, Castles, Music, and Memories

A travel blog entry by amobrien07 on Apr 17, 2015

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... the pyramid with the eye at the top. Around the city center of Lisbon there is a giant elevator called Santa Justa elevator that can take you up to see the city and is a very unique aspect of the city. Along with this trolleys run all over the city giving it a really fun vibe. There is also a beautiful giant river, Rio Tejo ( or Tagus in English.) It looks like an ocean its amazing and is the longest river in Portugal and Spain. There is a huge bridge that ...

Honeymoon Day 8

A travel blog entry by mikeandbrittany on Nov 21, 2014

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... but we just got the normal flavor. It was pretty good, not the most filling snack but we indulged and headed on our way. We hadn't gotten a painting of any city we had been to yet, so we wanted to make it a point to get one in Lisbon since we would have more room to pack. We stopped back to the first overlook that we jumped off the train at and visited the artist who was set up there. I'm pretty sure he was under some influence as he explained that ...


A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Oct 01, 2014

... a funny observation that all the cities we see are new. They’re big and established and famous but previous to Portugal all out cities had been demolished and rebuilt from WWII and Lisbon has been rebuilt from natural disaster.

We made our way to the castle next by the creaky unsafe looking yellow trams lines that encompass the seven hill city and stopped for lunch before walking up to the massive fortress. I shared a lunch of mixed tapas with Tom. ...

Lisbon day 3

A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 14, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... about 30 euros. After the big lunch, we walked around the neighbourhood to help digestion. It turned out the area was an Asian area. Tina went into this Chinese store that sells beads. I was talking to a few middle aged Chinese women and asked about their livelihood. My flirting got the workers to help Tina do some jewelry modifications. Only one of them spoke Cantonese and the rest spoke mandarin. When I asked if they are Portugese citizens, a woman responded, "No one here wants ...