Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... great spectacle. At the end the track finishes at a medieval castle sitting out in the water that was unique to say the least. A number of months ago I could easily pump out over 100km on the bike before work but after not riding for months my little wasted legs got tired on the ride so decided there was no better way to enjoy the view, order a pint to take it all in whilst I recovered. I also checked out an amazing monument erected to commemorate ...
... the town’s culture is the earthquake of 1755. One of the first places we went on our first walking tour was Carmo plaza. At first sight this plaza has a dilapidated stone castle but upon hearing the history behind it you learn that it was the only church that hasn’t been restored since the 1755 earthquake. The earthquake devastated the city of Lisbon bringing with it tsunamis and three days of fires. ...
... head off into the unknown! I am glad Mikey is doing the driving, not me. I will navigate and yell out to remind him to drive on the right! The drivers in Lisbon are a bit crazy, but I am sure we will be fine once we get out of the city. And despite Mikey’s comment, although it is different to the planned out holidays I am used to, I am looking forward to this next unplanned part of the trip, going where the wind takes us!
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... time soaking in the beauty of the city from that height. Houses in Lisbon are decorated in different colours and are tiered along the hill slopes. A bit like Santorini (Greece). They look beautiful.
2. Alfama - We spent a long time exploring this suburb because the more time we spent here the more we discovered. The tiny lanes with cafes, pastry shops, flowerbeds on the side of the streets, trams, all over added to the charm. ...
... another Australian. Struggled for so long to find destination hostel.
- The hostel is in the train station and it is nuts!! So nice. Swing chairs, hammocks, pool table, cinema room, massive kitchen, big rooms. Staff were so cool. Run a lot of activities each night. Free breakfast including crepes!
- As we got in early we didn't have a room yet, so we crashed in the common room on the ...