Residencial Dublin

Rua Santa Marta 45, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1150-293, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Coração de Jesus area of Lisbon, is near S-o Jorge, Cinemateca Portuguesa, Select Shops, and Artshuttle.
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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    We are off to find the gold

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 11, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... valuable collection of religious art in Portugal. The first chapel was built on this site in 1553. John V in the 18th century donated treasures from the Chapel of Saint John the Baptist which constitutes Italian metal works and textiles from the 18th century.

    The museum which first opened to the public in 1905 gathers one of the most complete collections of "sacred" art at a national level combining ...

    Architecture 301: Advanced Studies in Manueline

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 03, 2014

    94 photos

    ... the Manueline style, though its iconic twin fairy chimneys that dominate the skyline of the town are a class all of their own. The room interiors were the real highlight of the palace, with elaborate ceiling and wall decorations, often based around a theme (e.g. swans, magpies, mermaids).

    We next left the town to climb two miles uphill to the Palacio Nacional da Pena. This blocky, primary-colored flight ...

    Lisbon - Belem District

    A travel blog entry by roganna on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... of Jeronimos - erected by King Manuel (who ruled from 1495) in honor of the discoveries made by early Portugese explorers. Made of white limestone, it stretches along the Lisbon waterfront. The tomb of Vasco da Gama is here - he was the one who found the sea route to India in 1498. He become a Portugese hero, and a poet named Luis de Camoes, Portugal's Shakespeare & Casanova (our square is named after him, with his ...

    The Final Chapter

    A travel blog entry by abs08 on Nov 18, 2013

    2 comments

    ... and walk, one foot in front of the other, for however long it takes, and complete the Camino.

    One last thing. I have also made a decision to blog differently from now on. My blogs thus far have been attempts at giving you a detailed account of my daily activities which has been a fun way of documenting memories that I hopefully will read in years to come with great fondness. However, it has also been very difficult, both from ...

    Cheers to the First Weekend Abroad while Abroad!

    A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Sep 16, 2013

    83 photos

    ... Most of the city of Lisbon has been rebuilt due to a massive earthquake in 1755. Only one small district remains called Alfama, and it was quite obvious that this portion of town is the oldest. I was fascinated that cars and little old ladies were still managing to climb the streets that were no wider than 12 feet.

    The ride back to Madrid was much easier than the first ride to Portugal. I managed to sleep several hours this time - possibly due to ...