Residencial Alegria

Address: Praca da Alegria 12, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1250, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the S. José area of Lisbon, is near Pracio del Comercio, Elevador da Gloria, Port Wine House (Solar do Vinho do Porto), and Turismo.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Spain and Portugal

      A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 23, 2014

      14 photos

      ... awesome and after having dinner together we knew it was going to be a fun trip. Mostly girls again which is probably good for me as there is less pressure to get drunk every night. We were also very impressed with the accommodation as it was a four star hotel.

      The following day we were shown around Madrid on a bus which was about as exciting as watching paint dry as we were told the names of all the buildings and who built them. Finally we ...

      Week 5

      A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... that we still had time to visit Quinta da Regaleira, so off we went uphill again. I already felt like I had climbed Torc Mountain and there was much more to come. Quinta da Regaleira was built by a Brazilian guy who made a fortune with coffee and gold. It is an enormous and beautiful house that looks much older than it really is, plus it has the craziest gardens ever. The gardens are on a steep hillside with paths going every which way, fountains, ponds, towers, and the best part is ...

      Lisbon: A trip to the Past

      A travel blog entry by tatoji on Jun 30, 2014

      ... the people are, still, about Prado's involvement with the regime. And how Portugal, is stuck in the past.

      Physically, Lisbon looks just like it would have looked one hundred years back. For one: the sidewalks. Either Lisbon is home to the largest amount of twisted ankles in the world or they have the worlds most experienced walkers. These hand planted stones in the ground are a symbol of Portugal’s past (of which they are ultra proud of) and they currently work at ...


      A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 04, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... to shoot at invaders but due to the angle they were safe from incoming projectiles. The same wall that had those crevices also had holes at the bottom where you could poor boiling liquid onto oncoming invaders…I thought this was very cool. Castelo de Sao Jorge was the first military castle I explored and will always have a special place in my heart, for those who can only choose one thing to see in Lisbon I would say this is the place.

      Day 3 Lisbon

      A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 16, 2014

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      ... the sea where it has stood for almost 500 years. In Greece the ancient sites were generally much older, but were mostly - ruins. Here these ancient monoliths still stand and for the most part you can climb on and walk all through them, quite a treat.
      We walk back past the monastery and look for the bus stop - the only thing we won't ride on today I guess will be the ferry. Eventually we crowd on the bus to head back towards the Baixo where it is our intent ...