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They were named "pasteis de nata", a crusty cape with a yummy inside, dont forget the cinnamon on top.

EPC e (ainda) os pastéis de nata

They were named "pasteis de nata", a crusty cape with a yummy inside, dont forget the cinnamon on top.

Un dúplex de decoración cálida y luminosa en Lisboa (e ideas para copiar el look!) · A cozy and bright duplex in Lisbon

Un dúplex de decoración cálida y luminosa en Lisboa (e ideas para copiar el look!) · A cozy and bright duplex in Lisbon

Un dúplex de decoración cálida y luminosa en Lisboa (e ideas para copiar el look!) · A cozy and bright duplex in Lisbon

Un dúplex de decoración cálida y luminosa en Lisboa (e ideas para copiar el look!) · A cozy and bright duplex in Lisbon

What is that on the winds? Those ceaseless vibrations of color? The voice that calls me home? I shall be ever a transient soul until I come home... to stay... xo

What is that on the winds? Those ceaseless vibrations of color? The voice that calls me home? I shall be ever a transient soul until I come home... to stay... xo

Miradores de Lisboa: mis cinco imprescindibles y un plus sobre ruedas | Via Objectivo Viajar | 26/02/2016 Un recorrido por mis miradores favoritos de Lisboa, la seductora y fascinante capital portuguesa #Portugal Foto: Vista del Castillo de San Jorge desde el mirador de San Pedro de Alcántara. Lisboa

Miradores de Lisboa: mis cinco imprescindibles y un plus sobre ruedas | Via Objectivo Viajar | 26/02/2016 Un recorrido por mis miradores favoritos de Lisboa, la seductora y fascinante capital portuguesa #Portugal Foto: Vista del Castillo de San Jorge desde el mirador de San Pedro de Alcántara. Lisboa

Traveller's Guide: The Algarve - Europe - Travel - The Independent, Portugal

Traveller's Guide: The Algarve

A Ginjinha was the first establishment in Lisbon to commercialize the drink called Ginjinha.  Ginjinha is a liqueur made with ginja berries, aguardiente (Portuguese brandy), sugar, water, and cinnamon. Francisco Espinheira, a Galician friar of the Church of Santo Antonio, put together all these ingredients, and the result was this sweet and very good liqueur.  In Óbidos, the drink is served in chocolate cups, about the size of shot glasses. (They make a very nice gift.) You can eat the cup…

A Ginjinha was the first establishment in Lisbon to commercialize the drink called Ginjinha. Ginjinha is a liqueur made with ginja berries, aguardiente (Portuguese brandy), sugar, water, and cinnamon. Francisco Espinheira, a Galician friar of the Church of Santo Antonio, put together all these ingredients, and the result was this sweet and very good liqueur. In Óbidos, the drink is served in chocolate cups, about the size of shot glasses. (They make a very nice gift.) You can eat the cup…

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