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  • Bedrooms:0
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  • Pets Allowed:No
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    Zoo 3 Apartment

    Lisbon

    Description

    This is a gem of an apartment perfectly located in the Sete Rios area. The building is originally from the 1970&acute;s but it has been remodelled to perfection. The apartment has charming patio. The flat is on the top floor.<br /><br />Next to the metro and train station.<br /><br />Details:<br /><br />- Sitting/dinning room with table and chairs.<br /><br />- Bedroom with double bed<br /><br />- Full kitchen<br /><br />- Bathroom with shower<br /><br />- Patio with table and chaise longue.<br /><br /> Amenities:<br /><br />- Air conditioning<br /><br />- Cable TV<br /><br />- DVD<br /><br />- Stove/Oven<br /><br />- Microwave<br /><br />- Refrigerator<br /><br />- Washer machine<br /><br />- Dishwasher<br /><br />- Toaster<br /><br />- Coffee maker<br /><br />- Kettle<br /><br />- Hair dryer<br /><br />- Extra bed

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      FeelingLisbon Pessoa
      FeelingLisbon Pessoa
      In apartments FeelingLisbon Pessoa, finds clues to discover Lisbon through the life and words of Fernando Pessoa, roaming sites frequented by the poet and which are mentioned in his work. At the same time, we will (re) discover Person via Lisbon, the city most beloved by him, where he was born and lived. Pass by the significant sites in the life of person, letting us follow the words that the poet wrote about the capital of Portugal. The house where he lived, where the bars met with other artists, the streets that ran to meet secretly with his beloved Ophelia, and even places "frequented" by heteronyms (such as the Rua dos Douradores, The Book of Disquiet) These ... sites reveal themselves like testimonials and "accomplices" literary man whose work could assert Lisbon as one of the world capitals of poetry. Fernando Pessoa (1888-1935)
      On the route

      The trip begins Pessoa at sea. Describes the city from a boat coming through the mouth of the Tagus River and disembarked at Cais da Rocha, which is still an important point of arrival of cruise ships, although currently most tourists arrive by plane. "For the traveler arriving by sea, Lisbon, seen so far, it stands as a beautiful dream vision, standing out against the bright blue sky, the sun enlivens. And the domes, the monuments, the old castle tower above the houses, as heralds of this delightful distant place, this blessed region, "says in the first few paragraphs.

      Ashore, moves to the central region past the town hall, "notable not only for its exterior as well as for its interior", addresses the Palace Square and proceeds through the main streets of downtown. At the Palace , also known as Commerce Square , gives details of its great arches and the equestrian statue of King Dom José 1 , " cast in Portugal, in one piece, in 1774 ," and which still imposes on the scene of a of the most representative of the city's history.

      It is also home to the Café Martinho da Arcada, much frequented by Person and still keeps a table with their personal belongings, becoming a point of passionate pilgrimage of life and work of the poet. Further ahead, two other squares, Rossio and Figueira, are also much revered by Person. The first was called by him "the heart of Lisbon", and both were part of the way he performed every day to visit clients and friends.

      The trip follows the Restauradores Square, Avenida Liberdade and comes to the Marques de Pombal Square, also known as the Rotunda weekenders. "This was the place chosen to erect the monument to the great Portuguese statesman," Person says, making it clear that the time was not yet ready when writing his screenplay. It was inaugurated in 1934, a year before the poet's death. Today, anyone who goes there sees the figure of the Marquis, with a lion at the feet, a symbol of power, a busy square and giving access to several neighborhoods of the capital.

      Person chooses to follow República Avenue and go to the bullring Campo Pequeno, "which dates from 1892 and was built of brick in the Moorish style," using the words of the writer himself. Today, more modernized internally, receives international music shows, and - of course - bullfighting (yes , the Portuguese also have a tradition of bullfighting ) .

      Above left, facade Bertrand Bookstore, the oldest of Lisbon, founded in 1732. Right, one of the many carriages National Coach Museum. Below the statue of Eça de Queiroz, with Truth at his feet. In Featured, street sign honoring the Portuguese poet Almeida Garrett.

      Literary district

      With his fast car, the poet walks through Campo Grande Park and returns to the city center, this time entering it and by the Moorish quarter of Alfama, the oldest in Lisbon. It is there that, for example, the Castle of São Jorge, which dates back to the very birth of the city. Guard traces of the Romans, who ruled the region around the 2nd century BC, and the Arabs, who invaded the region in the 8th century and only came out in the 12th century, this period in their towers and stone columns, which are imposed between the hills weekenders. "Rather remarkable", synthesized Person

      The curious thing is that at the time he wrote his guide, the castle was occupied by the military and did not enjoy much prestige as a tourist attraction. "You can visit the official requesting authorization Day barracks," says the poet. Today, it is one of the most visited places in the Portuguese capital.

      Alfama, turns to another region representative in your life, Chiado. It is considered by many as the most literary neighborhood of Lisbon, because it shall be Bertrand Bookstore, founded in 1732; Rua Almeida Garrett, homage to the poet, Luís de Camões Square and statue of Eca de Queiroz . It also is located where the Café A Brasileira, which had as Person habitué. In honor of the poet, there is a statue on the sidewalk, place always full of tourists making pictures alongside the famous writer in bronze.

      Later , Person also highlights the São Carlos National Theatre , opened in 1793, the Largo do Carmo and Mirador de Alcântara , which has one of the most beautiful sights of Lisbon . Although he did not mention, it's good to remember that there is no Chiado birthplace on June 13, 1888, and the wide Teatro São Carlos, number 4.

      At the top of the page, the Jeronimos Monastery, one of the most imposing buildings and important Lisbon. Above the tomb of the poet Luis de Camões, one of the attractions of the Jeronimos Monastry.

      Lisbon the sailors.

      After passing through the Chiado, moves toward the Águas Livres Aqueduct, one of the most impressive constructions engineering Lusitanian. Started being built in 1732 with the aim of supplying Lisbon - despite the Tagus River in front of the city had serious problems of water supply, therefore, the strong influence of the sea , it became unfit for consumption .

      Another curiosity appointed by the poet and that would hardly be a tour guide is the fact that the aqueduct have remained temporarily closed by it have been a high rate of suicides and assaults. I can not understand with this information he intended to attract more tourists to the site.

      The aqueduct, he goes to the Bethlehem area, where the most important monuments referring to was the Navigations. Of course, one can not put aside the Coach Museum and the National Palace of Ajuda, which are close and worth the visit. It also is full of praise to the Belem Tower, a fortification built in 1521 and has become a symbol of the maritime expansion of Portugal, both for its history connected to the navigations, as for its architectural perfection. Remember that there was who left the ships that landed us here to "discover".

      People also highlight the Jeronimos Monastery, also built in the 16th century and one of the most important works in Lisbon. "A visit to Jeronimos necessarily has to be long to be a real trip," he says.

      Another highlight of the monastery is the fact there are buried Luís de Camões and Vasco da Gama. The remains of Pessoa himself were also deposited there after he died in 1935, ten years after writing his script.

      From the Bethlehem area, car returns to Baixa, where your imagination rests tourist to enjoy the night in the city. In his guide, Person also mentions some places worth a visit the other day, as the zoo and the Palace of the Border. At the end, describes the entire path to reach the nearby town of Sintra, a World Heritage Site today. However, do not speak a word about the city, in which, probably, never . After all, the poet did not like to travel. Imagine if he liked.

      *** Room Fees ***
      Booking fees: EUR 10.00
      Check-in fees (weekday): EUR 10.00
      Bank fees: EUR 5.00
      Check-in fees (weekend): EUR 10.00
      Linen pack: EUR 30.00
      Occupancy tax: EUR 30.00
      Utilities charges: EUR 10.00
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