Pensao Royal

Address: Rua do Crucifixo 50, 3rd fl, Lisbon, Estremadura, 1100, Portugal | Hotel
 
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Location

This 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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    Travel Blogs from Lisbon

    Beer, pick pockets, and embarrassing moments

    A travel blog entry by rana-mark on May 14, 2015

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    ... taking the bus to the city.
    With poorly-founded confidence we decided to take the next bus and tram to get to Belem Tower.... it looked easy enough! Sadly not all bus drivers are obliging and we encountered one that 'forgot' to tell us when took get off. I'm sure our increasingly furrowed brows attracted the attention of a local who advised us to disembark two stops later at a very impressive palace - I've got no idea what it was or why, other than the statue ...

    Short but sweet

    A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Dec 17, 2014

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    ... helpful, and I really felt like I had a home there. One of them even gave us a free bottle of wine one night! Lisbon was an interesting city. It has actually been modeled on other cities due to the earthquake some years ago. So it has a bridge that looks identical to the golden gate, and it also has a Cristo statue, just like the one in Rio overlooking the city. Additionally it has the trams and a few hills to accompany the San-Francisco-vibe. Not to mention the ...

    Lovely Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... in -- all guided by the same guidebook we were using. Only a bunch of tourists would be sipping port at 11:02am. The service was surly, but the port (and bathrooms) were very nice!. After tanking up on port we stumbled through several other sites in Bairro Alto -- recurring themes we saw everywhere was the destruction of the city in the 1755 earthquake as well as the peaceful transition to democracy in 1974 during the so-called Carnation Revolution.

    Our ...

    Lisbon Adventures

    A travel blog entry by abbey.voyce on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... and colourful buildings showcase the day to day life of many of Lisbons residents away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist centres. With interesting commentary and even better views it was a nice way to see more of the city. Lisbon was one of the first cities we have struck queues at many of the attractions. Despite travelling in high season we have been really lucky with never having to wait long to enter anywhere so I think it came as a bit of ...

    Lisbon: A trip to the Past

    A travel blog entry by tatoji on Jun 30, 2014

    ... the rest of the world and truly delayed their progress a good twenty years. However, most of the damage this regime caused was in the minds of the Portuguese. After decades under governmental oppression the people no longer believe in the government, and of course are against to any sort of right-wing government. It’s evident that this distrust in the government has slowed greatly the possible advances which any reforming government could have made. Either way, today, Portugal ...