Travel Blogs from Portugal

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Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog


A travel blog entry by megs-anoop


... way we popped back in to the coffee shop, this time to enjoy a coffee with a custard tart, a specialty of the pasteleria. In Portugal, pastelerias are a combination of a pastry shop and a coffee shop so you get the best of both worlds. We found a spot in ...

Lisbon arrival - of jet-lag & Fado music, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Lisbon arrival - of jet-lag & Fado music

A travel blog entry by deepblue82


... of having her (one) bag lost during the only connection made while at Heathrow airport.  All was well, with the airline (TAP Portugal) locating the bag and having it delivered later that night in time for the flight out to Spain the next day. The ...

Das teuerste Brot der Welt (kurz: tBdW), Chaves, Portugal travel blog

Das teuerste Brot der Welt (kurz: tBdW)

A travel blog entry by haseundfuchs


... über Autobahnen nach Spanien zu den Picos de Europe sowie einen morgentlichen Frühstücksbesuch in Chaves zum schmerzlichen Abschied aus Portugal vor. Wir kommen zeitig um 8 Uhr Ortszeit (9.00 unserer Zeit....nach der wir immer noch leben und die wir ...

Leggo Lagos!, Lagos, Portugal travel blog

Leggo Lagos!

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh


... .  Welcome to Paradise, aka Lagos, Portugal.  So before I begin, you must remember, I won a free trip to Lagos, Portugal with a company called Discover Excursions in a Moroccan Dance contest.  This is the story of my free trip. We started ...

Belem and Pastel de Nata, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Belem and Pastel de Nata

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


... to be the opportunity to eat some "pastels de nata", a famous pastry originally made here in Belem and sold throughout Portugal.  Basically a tart with a phillo dough-like shell filled with egg custard and preferably served warm.  To die for! ...

Leaving Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Leaving Lisbon

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger


... the passports and there were just a handful of Blue U.S. Passport covers - primarily they were all Burgundy and Dark Green - Portugal and Brazil. Tonight we will get the numbers on how many nationalities are represented - but there are very few from the ...

Everything is closed on Mondays, Lisbon, Portugal travel blog

Everything is closed on Mondays

A travel blog entry by courtneybrannan


... something was open for us to see.  We walked up to the gates and they were closed…one lesson we have learned in Portugal is that nothing is open on Sundays or Mondays.  We were really tired from all of our walking so we waited for a while ...

Do Portugalske, Castro Marim, Portugal travel blog

Do Portugalske

A travel blog entry by bibka


Jutranji obred pitja kave je danes nadgrajen s pogledom na Alcaudete, mestece stisnjeno v hrib in obdano z oljčnimi nasadi. In seveda gradom, ki nama je dal nočno zavetje pred vetrom. Bele hiške prav izstopajo iz zelenega okolja. Ja, ...

Šoping in izobraževanje, Alvor, Portugal travel blog

Šoping in izobraževanje

A travel blog entry by bibka


... . Prav presenečena sem, ko ugotoviva, da se je s prodajalci brez problema mogoče sporazumevati v angleškem jeziku, če portugalščine ne znaš. V Španiji je to na primer zgolj izjema, ne pravilo, v Franciji pa sploh ...

Dišeče mimoze in surfarji, Hortas do Tabual, Portugal travel blog

Dišeče mimoze in surfarji

A travel blog entry by bibka


Po včerajšnjem športno obarvanem dnevu, se danes odločiva za bolj udoben izlet, za vožnjo na Sierra de Monchique, kjer vrh Foia s svojimi 902 m predstavlja najvišji vrh Algavre, to je južnega predela dežele. ...

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