Turim Suisso Atlantico Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for what to do in the city. We decided to sleep for a couple of hours before heading out to sight-see.
Our first destination was the historical Alfama district. We got (very) lost looking for the Metro (subway), but eventually found it and took it to the southeast portion of Lisbon. We ate at a restaurant near the cruise ship port and ordered a traditional Portuguese meal: salted cod, fried squid, and boiled potatoes. We had the pleasure ...
... tartlets filled with an egg custard that elsewhere in the world are just known as Portuguese tarts. They are actually a specialty of Lisbon but available everywhere around the country.
One of the weirdest sweets I encountered was the Sardinhas Doces of Trancoso, a mountain village in Beira Alta province, a sweet I saw nowhere else in Portugal. These were deep fried pastries in the shape of a small fish, stuffed with eggy custard, and rolled in sugar. Quite ...
Continuing with my travels for this year, my next friend to visit was Zach. He was nearing the end of his three month stay in Portugal while his girlfriend was studying abroad there for the semester.
That Friday night, Zach met me at our hostel in Lisbon and took me out to a market-esque food place and we made a beeline for the sangria and seafood. And then ...
... an iron will, the marquess rebuilt southern Portugal and reorganized the country.
Following a break for lunch in the bustling area around Rossio Square, we boarded our bus for part two of the walk in the monuments district west of town. The golden years of Portugal are immortalized here in three ways: the Belém Tower, the Monument to the Discoverers, and the Jerónimos Monastery. The ...
... I finally found my suitcase waiting for me at the TAP airlines belt (weird, but luckily nothing was missing in it). I grabbed my suitcase and we booked it out of the airport because we were soo tired from the flying and the time change was not helping.
We took a taxi to the Hostel and once we checked in we ran to the elevator and passed out. Our 2 hour nap turned in a 3 and half hour nap which wasn’t bad at all because it felt ...