Real Oeiras

Address: Rua Alvaro Rodrigo de Azevedo, 5, Oeiras, Estremadura, 2770-197, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Oeiras

The last day in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Oct 07, 2014

12 photos

... my hit list was Pasteis de Belem, the shop credited with making the first Portugese tarts. The line up to buy take away tarts was way down the footpath, so we decided to go in and have lunch there. The place was huge, room after room full of people, harried waiters, and portugese tarts galore. We had sandwiches, water, coffee and a couple of tarts ourselves, and also got a few to take with us, for about 20 euros, so it was well worth it.

Back on the tram, ...


A travel blog entry by adonoghue on Aug 15, 2014

... ball rooms. We participated in the hostel pub crawl and mamas dinner where radiation all portugese food was served including the zucchini soup, lemon chicken and trifle. After dinner we went on the pub crawl which was absolutely hilarious because it was the worst thing we'd done all trip so all we could do was laugh! The next day we visited a beach just outside of ...

Cascais and Sintra

A travel blog entry by themoloneys on May 21, 2014

15 photos

... It looms over the city majestically as well. Tonight after dinner it was lit up majestically. We have a lovely apartment tonight. Two bedrooms but the kids' is a low ceiling loft. Should be interesting. Roll over in your sleep and you could hurt your shoulder! The living room kitchen area has 4 huge windows each with a window seat and a lovely view. Huge and beautiful. The town is empty at it isn't really tourist season yet. Hope everyone is well! Good night. ...

Lisboa - Great City on Seven Hills

A travel blog entry by dhensby on Nov 08, 2013

104 photos

... more of a basis for the directions and sections of this town. We took a tour with a wonderful young man who had so much information in his head, he spent at least 45 extra minutes on his tour to make sure we got it all! We got a great walk around Bairro Alto and Chiado areas ending up with a walk through Baixa, Lisbon's historical downtown. It is one area of the city that is on the level.

At 9:55 AM on Sunday, November 1, 1775, a massive earthquake, ...


A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jul 01, 2013

3 comments, 16 photos

... Golden Gate Bridge and above it on the hills the “Christ the King” statue inspired by the similar statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

As we could see the top of the Cathedral from the waterfront we decided to go there. An uphill climb among debris and homeless (more than we have seen anywhere else) we arrived at this less than inspiring building. Entering it did not help but then we have seen some of the ...