Olissippo Castelo Hotel

Address: R. Costa do Castelo, 126, Lisbon, Estremadura, Portugal | Inn
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This inn, located on R. Costa do Castelo, 126, Lisbon, is near St. George's Castle (Castelo de Sao Jorge), Bairro Alto, Costa da Caparica, and Fundacao Ricardo Espirito Santo.
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Travel Blogs from Lisbon


A travel blog entry by ladylaurel on Oct 29, 2014

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... these people don't know that I'm a future pilgrim! I'll just walk. 6 miles later, I was tired and hurting from my pack and I'm sure that added to my original view of Lisbon, which was not entirely positive. I got a bed and took a shower then headed out to walk around. In the main tourist area by my hostel, tourists flooded the streets coming in and out of identical clothing, souvenir and ceramic stores lining the streets. I found that I couldn't walk ...

Week 5

A travel blog entry by lizab2004 on Aug 12, 2014

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... promised, Frederico dropped us off at the entrance to Castelo do Mouros; there was no line for tickets and we were able to get a combo ticket for the castle and the Pena Palace. The castle is a very ancient site, nothing much remains except the walls and towers, but it's an amazing place - hard to believe that back in ancient times they were able to build this fortress on the top of this incredibly steep and rocky mountain. We climbed up on the castle wall and at one point you kind ...


A travel blog entry by tatoji on May 11, 2014

... which speak a Portuguese infused Spanish). Language is big to the Portuguese, and rightly so.

As Gregorious noted, about the charm of the language, adds even more to the Portuguese innate charm. The Portuguese I felt were a calm people, very happy in day to day things and open to us tourists. It was as though everything in Portugal happens much slower than in other places of the world and I blame this ...

Did someone say Pastéis

A travel blog entry by myjob on May 11, 2013

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... the 18th century, the catholic monks at Jeronimos Monastery invented this small piece of heaven. Their main source of income was egg whites. The Monks produced and sold eggs whites for starching cloths. Leaving behind a massive amount of egg yokes, and mouths to feed. This resulted in the discovery of the now famous Portuguese Tarts.

Obrigada Lisbon

A travel blog entry by caitlin_hines on Feb 03, 2013

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... thing. After our oysters, scallops and tuna capriccio we were introduced to the couple next to us. I should thank Emile for that because we started talking to them after he said he wanted a hug from the bartender. The couple beside us got hugs (because they knew him) and Emile joked that he wanted one too. We met Patricia and her husband Elvis. She was born and raised in Lisbon but has travelled the world and I mean everywhere. When I asked where they haven't been they said ...

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