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It is probably one of the most known spots for tourists to visit in Lisbon: São Vicente de Fora. In my university years I used to spend hours in Cerca Moura bar next to this wonderful view. I never noticed how lucky … Continue reading
I love the smell, the taste, the format, the colours and the tradition. I truly hope that these chestnut carts and sellers never disappear from Lisbon streets! São quentes e boas! @ Rua Augusta and Terreiro do Paço.
The north of Portugal is full of roman history and details that transport us easily to the past. Old bridges and old road marks along with more modern but still traditional details create a scenery of peace and natural beauty that … Continue reading
In my mind I am still traveling around Portugal, although based now in London. The north of Portugal is full of green, light, tradition, religious items, specific architectural details, heavy food and of course of gold, lots of gold! Very much … Continue reading
Although fast approaching 2015, one can still feel Christmas bells all over the place. On these holidays my Little Red Riding Hood went to the beach. And she had fun… In a special corner of Portugal, from where we can see … Continue reading
The Jerónimos Monastery and the Monument of Discoveries are Lisbon landmarks. I feel it is my obligation/duty to start introducing to my children the history of their own country and how Portuguese men were so successful during the course of history. … Continue reading