Hotel Olissippo Oriente
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... along the way. The Park Edwardo is not only a beautiful park but offers stunning views of Lisbon and the sea. We head down the Avenue Da Liberdada, a very wide tree lined boulevard where all the super expensive shops are. Its nice and relatively quiet with not many cars or people about yet.
Lisbon has 2 old towns, one area is Baxia and the other Alfama, Both are really nice cobble stoned lined streets winding up and down the hill. Some parts ...
... headed back towards the hostel. We were still hungry, so we ended up having dinner at a another mediocre restaurant. After another genjinba and an ice cream at the gourmet shop located at Rossio station, we headed to bed.
1. Free wifi is everywhere
2. If you eat the bread, butter, olives, etc brought to the table at the beginning of a meal, you will be charged. If you don't eat them, they are taken away and not charged
... the dangerous possibility of future quakes.
After touring the city, we drove over the Tagus River bridge, built by the same guys who built the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, and past the big, famous statue of Jesus Christ with his arms stretched out (there are others in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Lima, Peru, and lots of other South American cities). Once you cross the bridge, you’re not in Lisbon anymore. You’re in a ...
... of where to go next. Actually, no. They don't need a plan. They've got this.
My table is covered in powdered sugar. Oops! My skin is pulled tight with goose bumps, but the weather is not too unpleasant. An asian woman in a pink blazer and skirt asks her man friend to snap a picture of her next to the Starbucks sign. She pops her leg up and grins as if she had never been to Starbucks before. That's the most fun I've ever seen anyone have by a ...
... Praca Do Comercio is huge, touching the sea to one side and the start of Baixo (the low town) rising up towards Castello Sao Jorge along Rua Augusta and the shopping district, lots of cafes (where we stop for the 'regular') and shops of all varieties and prices. No ladies sewing in the fronts of the shops here! Street Buskers and human 'statues' depicting just about anything. One shoe store seems really busy, and actually seems ...