Residencial Italia Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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Today is my youngest sister Elly's birthday! Happy Birthday Elly! I’d say I wish I was there to celebrate with you, but I’m in Portugal and I probably wouldn’t have actually seen you if I was in Australia!
This morning we got up and onto the train to go to Lisbon. Our train was delayed by quite a long time, so we spent a …
... for our first Gin and Tonic ,which seems to be the drink of choice in many bars.
Our landlady had recommended a small traditional cafe/restaurant on the next block .Carvejaria solar do kadete
The fish was delicious ,sea bass and swordfish grilled with potatoes and salad.Imagine our surprise to read reviews on Tripadvisor the next day slaying it.Maybe you're not surprised?
Day two we set out on foot to explore and find restaurants and bars ...
... can't check the bottles in our luggage - too much risk for theft, and Graham's can't ship to the USA, but they CAN ship to Ireland so that's where they are headed. Between all the extra tasting and figuring out shipping logistics our visit to Graham's took quite awhile. Tiago dropped us off in the area of Gaia along the River where many restaurants are. We realized that we were not far away from a place that Alex, our waiter from Grapes and Bites, had recommended to us for lunch. ...
... br> For example, I met a 21-year-old guy during my first week in Lisbon. He explicitly told me that he did not have a single care for politics. He doesn’t vote in any elections, nor is he particularly upset with any one election outcome over another. He just goes with it. This political apathy permeates the Portuguese society. With no one willing to become active in politics, many issues or questions that arise go unanswered. The Portuguese have ...
Big City + Oliphant boy = outside comfort zone, right?
Nah! Lisbon is a FANTASTIC PLACE!
We arrived on Friday and I think this is my first moment not either moving or sleeping.
Took a taxi in to the Alfama to meet up with our Airbnb Host Nuno and check out his place.'The Last Floor On Remedios Street' as it's named on the Airbnb website. If I haven't told you before about Airbnb and you like to travel and get some local knowledge (alright, and ...