Residencial Avenida Alameda

Avenida Sidonio Pais 4, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1050, Portugal | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the S. Sebastião da Pedreira area of Lisbon, is near Estufa Fria, S-o Jorge, Cinemateca Portuguesa, and Artshuttle.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon

Walking the Tiled Streets

A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jul 11, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... a large handful of bars. The streets were packed and alive and music was playing everywhere. We met four German guys (Max, Max, Bastian, and Daniel) who became good friends. In fact, one is from Munich and is planning on showing us around in about a month when we head that way. We also met a few girls from New York and one from Australia. We all danced and had a great time til the next morning.

The next day we spent the ...

Architecture 301: Advanced Studies in Manueline

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 03, 2014

94 photos

... which ruined most of the city); the Moorish castle, however, survived. The castle was really impressive, with spectacular views and a nice archeological dig site that shows evidence of three eras of settlement on the hill--Iron Age dwellers, elite Moorish residents and Portuguese royals. We walked around the battlements for a while, climbing all of the towers and admiring the views.

After ...

Last day in Lisbon

A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 12, 2014

10 photos

... the Church of Sao Domingos - quite a tragic looking interior. It has gone through an earthquake or two, and a fire in the 1950's. Although it was more or less rebuilt, you can see the damaged pillars and stones, the black soot on the walls and the charred stonework at the altar, in stark contrast to the painted orange walls. The area has a lot of African immigrants from Portugal's former African colonies and the ...

The Final Chapter

A travel blog entry by abs08 on Nov 18, 2013


... resource. I also, through the program, hope to put myself in a situation where speaking Spanish is my only option, with the kids, with the staff at school and with the locals in the town. And along the way, I hope to help the kids in whatever little way I can – those who never ask but need a lot. If I can contribute a little, I would feel that I’ve made a difference in the world. There are other volunteering opportunities that ...

Cheers to the First Weekend Abroad while Abroad!

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Sep 16, 2013

83 photos

... Queens, Kings and their court could retreat to the mountains for a few days. Tourists come here and can simply take a bus through the mountains from one palace to the next seeing how the architecture has changed through the ages and based on the group who built them. It was very expensive to tour these sites, and my group only had a limited singular day there, so we decided to go to the Moorish castle built there on top of a mountain. I thought I was impressed ...