Grande Pensao Residencial Alcobia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrande Pensao Residencial Alcobia Lisbon
Nice and clean hostel which is centrally located in lisbon
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... occasionally as we passed through quaint hillside towns, though never stopping. We caught a glimpse of the famous bull run of Xira and eventually arrived in Lisbon. We settled in at our hotel, the Sheraton Lisboa, which is a bit off the main tourist track, but was an intentional choice as we had been warned that the main tourist areas are subject to late night bar noise as drinking on the streets is legal in Lisbon. ...
... was at the Metro stop to meet her – not that she needed it – she had Google maps to guide her (I should have known). Let the fun begin.
Ruth and I go back a ways. We met up in 2001 and became business partners around 2004. In a wine business. Yes, a wine bar. It was hard work, and sometimes was profitable, but it was always fun. With a Capital F.
She rallied herself after a grueling, no-sleep flight and we ...
... up wasting our time in Lisbon. Toby wanted to see all the historical sights...I wanted to go shopping. Ha ha in the end after realising what the other person wanted to do, we explored the area close to the cruise ship to ensure we got back to the ship in time. This area is the oldest part of the city and known as the Alfama district. We admired the narrow alleys with many steps and archways. The houses have painted ...
... felt almost impossible to take because more and more people just keep walking through, but that's part of travelling at the tourist attractions. We had dinner at Sintra and caught a train home. At the moment I'm sitting in bed writing this, but before I doze off I have to say one thing. For the next week I'll be travelling around a different part of Portugal in a campervan and will not have WiFi so I'll write to you in a ...