This is Bacalhau à Bras, the dish I most looked forward to trying on this two week adventure to the Iberian peninsula. I read a great guide about Time Out Market in Lisbon that said to try it at this particular location because of the masterful preparation with egg yolks in the final stages.
I waited patiently (by eating two other meals in the market) until the kitchen was ready to serve this, and it was worth every minute.
Salty cod is shredded or minced, then combined with julienned potatoes, onions, egg, and (I think) cheese to form something unique and delightful, but also similar to a breakfast mashup my family likes to make (with sausage). Working to eat this slowly and savor each bite was a welcome challenge, and I made sure to pass compliments to the kitchen after. Obrigado!
Fotografar homens é sempre um desafio, normalmente eles odeiam fotos, mas eu já me considero expert no assunto, quando eles são amigos né!? Não sei se pela vergonha de me dizer não, ou simplesmente por gostarem de ter fotos lindas dos lugares que vamos, sempre são as fotos que eu mais gosto. Como eu digo sempre, o que ficam são as lembranças, e esse dia aí foi incrível, e as fotos mostram exatamente a atmosfera de paz que vivemos nesse lugar desenhado por Deus! 💗 na foto Raulzinho, meu amigo querido, que já tá acostumado com meus cliques semanais!
Rosana Ricalde, 'Auto-Retrato (Poema de Augusto Massi)' e 'Auto-Retrato (Poema de Cecilia Meireles)', 2004-08, fita rotuladora, 51 x 49,5 cm cada.
Wishing Rosana Ricalde one of our Terra-Arte guest artists all the best for her participation in the exhibition that opened today Do que permanece - What Remains - Brasil-Portugal curated by Carolina Quintela at UCCLA in Lisbon.
Will be visiting soon🎈
Thanks for the post from @3m1arte, which represents Ricalde in Lisbon
The set of the Graça church and convent is located in Largo da Graça, in the parish of São Vicente, in Lisbon. It faces a viewpoint overlooking the city and the river.
It belongs to the Order of the Augustinian Hermits (Ordo eremitarum Sancti Augustini), associated with the Order of St. Augustine, and therefore, having here its headquarters in Portugal, was also known as the Order of the Gracians.
It goes back to the beginning of Portuguese nationality, founded in the 13th century, on the Monte de São Gens, in the old place known as Almofala - where D. Afonso Henriques camped with his troops during the siege of Lisbon in 1147. It was later rebuilt in the 16th century and restored after the earthquake of 1755. This latter intervention gave it a late-Baroque character, although the Manueline nucleus, consisting of the baptistry and the Almada chapel, as well as the Mannerist cloister, survived.
The facade has a double façade, angled, composed of the church and the old convent, on which stands the bell tower, the work of Manuel da Costa Negreiros and dates from 1738.
In the reconstruction, one opted for a sober interior, whose chapels, of gilded carving, print a rocky language of the late eighteenth century. Its interior is marked by the gilded carving, tiles and ceiling painting.
After the extinction of the religious orders the convent was transformed into barracks of several units of the army.
Когда уже скоро новое путешествие, а я про предыдущее не всё ещё успела написать 😆
Хочу рассказать о событии, которое очень сильно повлияло на вид современного Лиссабона, ведь сейчас здесь нечасто можно встретить здания, которые были построены до середины 18 века!
Всё дело в том, что 1 ноября 1755 года, произошло ужасное землетрясение, которое вместе с последующим пожаром уничтожили большую часть города.
Город, конечно, давно уже восстановили, но если вы будете на площади Россио, посмотрите наверх и вы увидите руины церкви монастыря Кармелитов.
Попасть внутрь можно с прекрасной площади Largo do Carmo, где сейчас находится археологический музей, частью которого эти руины и являются.
Who's Joe Cagnaccio??? This is Giuseppe, most known as Joe, and behind him the stunning Pena Palace of Sintra.
Italian, he left Puglia when he was 21, since then he has been wandering around the world, living the life he could only possibly dream.
Eight years after, he landed here in Lisbon, and with his camera always in his hands he wants to try to paint, using the light as an an ink, the energy and the vibe of this amazing city.
He is also launching an IG page called @kyourworld. So If you like photography, culture and travel, don't miss that out!
What's the worst airline you've ever flown on? I only ask because when I flew to Lisbon, I took TAP Portugal and it was an absolute nightmare. I mean, I'm not a diva by any stretch of the imagination but I legitmately will never fly with them again. Over the course of three days, I got bumped off two flights, one flight left early without me, they compensated me with a card that did NOT work, I tried to call customer service, to which they replied, "we don't have a phone number", and they wouldn't let me use the airline lounge, even though I was stranded for 8 hours in the airport and the WIFI connection was non-existant. I also boarded the plane and they pulled me off right before take off because they had given two passengers the same seat and only realized moments before departure. Yeah, definitely one of the worst travel.experiences I have ever had. On the plus side, I love Lisbon and think it's absolutely magical. #girlwiththepassport
Rossio Railway Station, originally known as Gare do Rocio or Lisbon Central Station, is an interface of the Sintra Line, being one of the main stations in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. It is located next to Rossio Square, in the city center. It began to be planned and built in the 1880s, as an extension of the Wafer Line, and was inaugurated on May 18, 1890. As the central station of Lisbon, it became the terminal of the main national and international passenger trains, such as the Sud Express. The station was the target of several interventions over the years, including the installation of electric lighting in 1894 and new clocks in the 1900s. In the 1950s, major modernization works were carried out at the Rossio Gare, which included electrification of although the station has lost much of its importance with the transfer of long-distance trains to Lisbon-Santa Apolónia. In the mid-1970s, the Rossio Shopping Center entered service, and in the 1990s a new program was started for the modernization of the Rossio Gare and the Rossio Shopping Center. #lisbonne#lisbon#lisboaantiga#lisboa#lisboa 🇵🇹 #lisboaportugal#lisboalive#bestoflisbon#photo#photoshop#photographer#estacaodorossio#cp
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If you thought I was going to visit Lisbon and not take a shot with the famous trams, you were wrong. It’s a cliché, but I love it! I chose a shot with a red one and not a yellow one - at least that’s something, right? 😂
As I wrote a few days ago, Lisbon is a big city, but when you’re there it feels small and almost like home. I think this is a perfect example of what I was talking about. Cute, right? 😍
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“ All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them” - Walt Disney .
My whole life I’ve traveled. I actually don’t remember a year in my life that I wasn’t on a plane. It wasn’t hard for traveling to be come a passion of mine. Moving to Thailand introduced me to a new passion I have and I think it’s time for me to pursue that also.
Remember when I said I had something big to share but would share it at the best time. Well in August I will be moving to Dublin, Ireland. I will be attending Trinity College as I pursue a professional masters in the education of Biology. I am scared. I am excited. I am ready.❤️ || @tosinfinityandbeyond || 📍Lisbon 🇵🇹 •
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