Hotel Ibis Lisboa Jose Malhoa
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... takes us up to a lovely flat in the heart of the Principe Real area.
She has a simple meal prepared for us of a squash soup, some meats and tofu bars. She has some gluten free bread for me which was very sweet. We talk, have wine and then tea. Daniel and I are starting to feel the jetlag so at 12 midnight Lisbon time we head to bed. Feels oh so good to be horizontal.
... with Valrhona Sauce, Franck’s Mashed Potatoes and Edamame Beans, paired with Marchesi Fumanelli Octavius Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva DOCG, 2007
· Roasted Vacherin Mont d’Or with Grape and Truffle Salad, paired with Delas Freres Marquise de la Tourette Hermitage, 2011
· Berry Consomme with Lime-Ginger Mascarpone Ice Cream and Sesame Crisp, paired with Pelee Island Winery Vidal Ice Wine, ...
... color to the city. During our visit to Lisbon, we visited the tile museum and learned about the origin of the tiles and how they are resilient against water and wind, which is nice because the buildings don't have to be replaced or restored. We also had the opportunity to paint our own tiles in the same fashion that the Portuguese did.
Another interesting thing that I learned in Portugal that ...
... mentioned in the Lonely Planet Europe on a shoestring version. We were hoping for something a bit more "local" but realistically it's probably not something the locals really go out to do that often! Well it turned out to be fabulous! Even though it was full of tourists, we had such a great time. A tiny little venue, where the waiters, cooks and nearby neighbours (including one who I think was the resident drunk!) all took turns singing as we ate our meals cramped ...
... and Art Galleries but I love to watch someone on the street with their paint covered easels. We have also seen basket ware, cork jewellery, handmade copper pots, of course hand painted tiles and beautiful linens. The linens are perfectly pressed and the copper pots are awesome. In every store there are beautiful ceramics.
Every region of Portugal has their own distinctive style when it comes to ceramics. There is practical brown earthenware used ...