When it comes down to discussing tourist destinations, Porto is one of the most popular places to visit in right now, and since it’s less hours from Lisbon on the …
13 September marked our 500th day on the road – it has been almost 18 months now since we started traveling and we spent the last 100 days traveling in Portugal, Canada and the U.S. Read on for a summary of our reflections and find our where we are headed next!
Another amazing year is coming to an end – our 2nd as full-time travelers! It’s hard to believe just how much we have done this year…check out some of our photo highlights of 2011!
We have been on the road now for 500 days! Read on for some road-trippin’ highs and a couple of risky lows, plus delicious food pics and two helpful travel recommendations we have learned in these last 100 days on the road.
Both cities are built on seven hills. They both have street cars…but the more we explored Lisbon, we uncovered just how connected these 2 (unintentional) twin cities really are! Read on to find out what else San Francisco has in common with Lisbon.
While in Lisbon, we tested an unbelievable amount of the lip-smacking, melt-in-your-mouth Portuguese pastries for breakfast every day! **Warning! Just reading this may result in weight gain!**
Portugal’s capital city took us completely by surprise when, after booking a three-week stay on a whim, we ended up enamored by Lisbon’s allure. We would recommend exploring the region on wheels – by car, by bike and a more creative three-wheeled machine as well!
We spent three weeks exploring Portugal’s capital which surprised us with its diversity, charming tiled houses, friendly people and adorable neighborhoods.
Lisbon turned out to by one of our favorite places so far on our travels, so after three weeks in the Portuguese capital, finding thirty-three things to shout out over the rooftops was easy! Click here for great Lisbon travel tips and beautiful pictures to get you in that Lisbon state of mind.
Who knew – Portugal has its own Golden Gate Bridge! The similarities of Lisbon’s Ponte de 25 de Abril to its twin sister in San Francisco are astonishing!