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My Own Lisbon Underground

I almost forgot two very important things about Lisbon, one of which should have been included in the last post, while the other is entirely deserving of its own post: 9. Pois, Cafe: A darling little cafe tucked on a street around from the Se, Lisbon’s cathedral, Pois, Cafe is run by an Austrian and serves […]

Highlights of Lisbon

While I might have found Lisbon like a long lost relative, lots in common but a bit difficult to approach and impossible to ever understand, it was definitely worth the visit. Here are some of the highlights: 1. Walking. Every European city offers what a true Angelino lacks: a walkable city. Lisbon is known for […]

An Introducation to Portugal

It’s been almost a month and a half since I was in Lisbon, so things are starting to fade into a giant mess of congealed memory. I am starting to think it’s one of those cities that is a conglomeration of past and present, local and international, familiar and unfamiliar. It’s a city that is […]