Turim Alameda Hotel

Address: Avenue Rovisco Pais, 34, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1000-268, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the S. Jorge de Arroios area of Lisbon, is near Pregetter's Orchid Garden, Rua da Se, Hills Tour, and Monumental.
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      Walking the Tiled Streets

      A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... relaxing, journaling, and watching young boys jump over us and into the rocky water. It was a perfect hot and recharging day. A day that was good for the soul. Our last night was spend chilling with three new friends from all over the world and talking til late into the night.

      Overall, Lisbon was a beautiful coastal gem of a city with tons of character and history. It was a great city to spend a few days relaxing and exploring.
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      Summary of Day 2 In Lisbon

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      Today we started the day in various stages with the body clock still in NZ time. Phoebe woke up at 1.30 am local time and was hungry, so we had toast and nutella! Luckily I planned this might happen, so we were well equipped! Tanya and Harley woke up at 2am! The apartments and accommodation to date have been fantastic - in fact I am soliciting feedback from all the children to rate all our accommodation - so far they have ...

      Architecture 301: Advanced Studies in Manueline

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Jun 03, 2014

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      Perhaps Portugal's most noteworthy artistic contribution to Europe is its distinct style of late-Gothic architecture known as the Manueline style, named after Portugal's King Manuel I. The extravagant, extremely decorative, almost playful style incorporates a lot of nautical elements, since it developed during Portugal's 16th-century golden age of exploration. It was used extensively in churches, monasteries, ...

      Portugal, Part III

      A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... was refreshing. I walked along the water until I found the Museo do Fado, the city's museum devoted to traditional Portugese music. It wasn't all that big, but I found it fascinating and spent the morning analyzing the music, listening to different performances/versions, and studying the instruments they had on display. I didn't spend too much time there, however, because I wanted to give myself plenty of time to get to the airport. ...

      The Final Chapter

      A travel blog entry by abs08 on Nov 18, 2013

      2 comments

      ... 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 ...