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, Tróia, A Wilder Beach, Reykjavik Art Museum (Listasafn Reykjavikur), and Einar Jonsson Museum (Listasafn Einars Jonssonar).
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Home for a bit of Mamma's cooking

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... as good as the budapest one and they work hard so that you give them a good tip at the end. We were a little disappointed even though it was a good tour and he did tell us some interesting stuff, we did end up with a lot of rubbish in between and then he was like soo since you have been such a great tour group i will give you the bonus tour which will go for an extra half and hour and we will hike up to this awesome panorama of the city woooohooo and one ...

We are off to find the gold

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 11, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... is in safe custody but one must question using vast amounts of gold in the practice of any religion. Really, we have never seen so much GOLD!!!

We took three trips on the funicular which is a very steep cable car and wandered about in newer Lisbon, then walked back to Chafarez Hotel for Brunch at 3 PM. It was amazing: Fresh OJ or strawberry juice, Scrambled eggs with asparagus, ham, meats, mixed fresh fruits, salmon ...

Lisbon - Day 3 : A good way to see the country

A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jul 09, 2014

3 comments, 49 photos

... the Monestary of Batalha which was built in the 1300s by a "foot soldier" (i.e. not of royalty) in honour of his King who gave him the chance to protect his country (Portugal) against the might of the Spaniards. His victory in this battle (the 5th of 5 major battles) meant that Portugal maintained its sovereignty and did not have to acquiesce to the Spaniards. (That was my take on the events, anyway). This Catholic Church, built of gothic architecture, ...


A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Jun 07, 2014


... airports. They are often cheaper than local cabs and more reliable. Everything is booked on-line.

We touched base with Ron and Marlene Massa, our travel companions, who had arrived earlier. We grabbed a quick bite to eat in the hotel restaurant and tried our first Portuguese red wine (Villa Regia) which was excellent. Yvonne even asked for her own glass. Now it is off to bed in an attempt to recalibrate the body clock. The real adventure begins ...

Lisbon - day 2

A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 10, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... one of the few features of Lisbon to survive the 1755 earthquake. Once we reached the riverfront, we walked along it past the cruise ships docked along its embankment, until we reached Praca do Comercio ("Trade Square"), which opens up to the waterfront. It's the main square, and was the site of the Royal Palace before the earthquake. Now it's lined with government offices, with a statue of King Jose I in the center and the Arch of Triumph at the ...