Ibis Lisboa Saldanha
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Lisboa Saldanha Lisbon
Well located close to the Metro, with on-site parking and continental breakfast. Good value for money. Terrible Wi-Fi.
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... proper has already been officially added (2008A, entry 0115).
I stroll on up the bayside jogging path towards one of Portugal’s engineering marvels: a bridge that spans a very, very wide section of the bay—so wide you can’t see the other side! Quite impressive… except… there are much, much narrower places where they could have built a bridge for a fraction of the cost… Isn’t this maybe a little… wasteful? ...
... day! An ice cream at the station before catching the train back to Lisbon. After now traditional start to the evening of a ginjinha we make for Casa do Alentejo, a tardis of a place that only has an entrance door at street level but up the stairs there is a courtyard, bar, restaurant and function room all in traditional style. The meal is delicious plus a free glass of port! A perfect end to a great ...
... parthenon is one of the most awesome structures ever.
* I never expected to see so many tourists in Lisbon. You're simply flooded with them.
* Your directions suck. And, you don't know how to get places accurately. If you live in a city, at least get to know it and where things are exactly!
* You have no concept of how long it takes to get anywhere in the city. LOL.
* Like other cities, you have Indians who run tourist gift shops and try to rip you off. Nice ...
... guy and got to meet his friends, and also met up with my Austrian friend who is now doing the Caminho Portuges, whom I previously met in Rome. She was couch surfing as well, so we went to the beach (again) together and had a group supper (my host cooks very well!)
Coimbra was short and sweet, mainly because I was itching to get to Lisboa. This is the only place I didn't couch surf, but instead booked a hostel. I didn't mind though, because ...
... 34); text-transform: none; text-indent: 0px; letter-spacing: normal; word-spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">Brightly colored tuk-tuks scurried through this part of town as well, up and down the windy narrow streets.
With a sharp eye, you'll notice unique storefronts and homefronts with carved marble details, tile work or ...