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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencia Imperador Lisbon
I would recommend this accomodation to everyone traveling in Lisbon. Guests come from all over, being both native Portuguese and foreigners. Even though the location is an eight story building, the appointment of the interiors and the attentiveness of the staff to requests and inquiries give the residence a touch of the Irish Bed and Breakfast personalized accomodation.
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Very quiet day today ! Most of the day taken up travelling on bus between Lisbon and Seville and the province of Andalucia. I slept most of the way after another bad night with my sciatica. Arrived Seville around 3pm into another downpour of rain. Did a city walk and visit to the Cathedral - the 3 rd largest church in the world after St Peters and St Paul's in London! Christopher Columbus is buried there. Fortunately, the rain had eased by the time we finished inside ...
... This is the original company and apparently only five of the employees know the recipe. It is a custard tart dusted with cinnamon and sugar.
We are late heading to the restaurant as we crowd around watching the nail-biting live stream of Brazil vs Chile football which goes into extra time and even shoot outs.
We are offered drugs multiple times in the day ...
... This tour also gave fine views of the river and the bridge and the statue of Christ the King on the opposite bank. The commentary on both tours was excellent and interspersed with Portuguese music we enjoyed it very much. We didn't get rained on too much but I did get a wet bum as the seats on the open top parts had foam cushions that were decidedly damp! Early sail away so we didn't have time to explore on foot much but ...
... night. We had little pizzas and salad with a bit of chocolate for dessert. Friday, our last day in Albufiera, dawned as beautiful as each day has been since we have arrived. We left the condo about noon after a relaxing morning breakfasting on the patio, and doing our daily" connecting "work. We headed for the "Strip" which is a street that runs down to the beach, Playa de Oura, lined with restaurants, souvenir shops, tattoo shops, and anything else you might want to imagine. ...
... view. The city wasn't too busy, weren't really bothered by any of the street folk, apart from both of us being approached asking if we wanted good stuff and weed......... We must be looking like we have travelled for awhile, caught us by surprise.
From there down to the harbour and side streets. Enjoyed a beer and then had some dinner.
Sean had Portuguese chicken - half bird and I had a copper pot with prawns and ...