Vincci Baixa

Address: Rua Do Comercio, n0 32 a 38, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the S. Nicolau area of Lisbon, is near Se Cathedral, Chapitô, Taugus River, and King Jose I Statue.
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      What if the King Had Said "Yes"?

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 01, 2014

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      ... traveled was seldom level.

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      They paint window frames blue to keep out ghosts..

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      Day 1 at the cottage It would be an ideal 'big brother' task. Dump a mismatched group into a seemingly idyllic Portuguese cottage and watch with amusement as they slowly discover on closer inspection how dirty it really is, that mice have already occupied one of the beds, that the kitchen is far too unsavoury to cook in! Add to that the very real feeling that the place is haunted and you'd have a great TV show! As it was Ol and I retreated to the ...

      Moorish Influence in Portugal

      A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on May 16, 2014

      ... none of this. What I did see was long winding cobblestone streets, numerous works of graffiti, castles, tiled buildings, and hills that put freshman hill to shame. When I first saw this driving from the airport I thought we were just passing through the poor part of town. I quickly learned that the graffiti and other elements of the city were what made Lisbon unique.

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      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 08, 2014

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      ... which is housed in an old convent and has a fantastic selection of all the beautiful tiles you see decorating the buildings here from across the centuries. The last room had a long tiled panorama of Lisbon city before the 1755 earthquake. After resting up at the apartment this evening, tonight we headed out for Fado (the local singing and guitar) in the cobble stoned old Almafa area. Paulo recommended a couple of places, which as it happened, also corresponded to ...

      The Church, the Inquisition, Magellan and others

      A travel blog entry by jcarty on Nov 01, 2013

      6 comments, 9 photos

      ... of the qualities of the man who held his crew together as he sailed around the world.

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