Lisbon’s hidden gems #2

In this series I am presenting you the favorite places of people – friends, locals, very special people ♥ –   born or living in Lisbon. I call them “little hidden gems” because I do not want to reveal the geographical details. This is not a guide, it is a collection of “sweet places” for #lisbonlovers like […]

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Feliz Natal! Christmas time in Lisbon ❤️

“Those Christmas lights light up the street Down where the sea and city meet May all your troubles soon be gone Oh, Christmas lights, keep shinin’ on Those Christmas lights light up the street Maybe they’ll bring her back to me And then all my troubles will be gone Oh, Christmas lights, keep shinin’ on […]

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Walking around Alfama

  “You get a strange feeling when you’re about to leave a place, I told him, like you’ll not only miss the people you love but you’ll miss the person you are now at this time and this place, because you’ll never be this way ever again.” Azar Nafisi   feel it ♥

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Lisbon ♥ Instagram Diary

      wehatetourismtours, view from miradouro, cobblestone, beautiful sunset tejo river, mamy – street cat at cais do ginjal, sweetie at confeitaria nacional, elevador da bica, sunrise lapa, little break at the quiosque, underground, sardinha, view from my room, lunch in calcilhas, cute street cat, biggest strawberries in the world, alfama stairs

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The poet

  “The train slows down, it’s the Cais do Sodré. I arrived to Lisbon, but not to a conclusion.” Fernando Pessoa    

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Os gatos do Cais do Ginjal

Le quai Ginjal, situé par le fleuve Tage, près du quai de la rivière de Cacilhas, est l’un des domaines qui enferme des histoires des plus passionnantes du passé d’Almada (une municipalité dans la région de Lisbonne) Auparavant, il était un quartier plein de vie, puisque logeaient ici des usines et des entrepôts de conserves […]

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Lisbon light poetry

“We leave something of ourselves behind when we leave a place, we stay there, even though we go away. And there are things in us that we can find again only by going back there.” Pascal Mercier, Night Train to Lisbon

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