Thursday, February 18, 2010

Not Giving Up Meat for Lent?

If your not doing the Ash Wednesday thing and giving up meat for lent then this recipe is for you. Sounds very tempting!
Marinated Pork Ribs in Chaminé White Wine, Garlic, Cortes de Cima Olive Oil and Chili Powder, accompanied by Black Pig Linguiça Migas (bread pudding with little sausages)

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Obidos Gift for a Queen

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Obidos
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New Portuguese Queens got this beautiful town Obidos as a wedding gift, wonder what they got on Valentine's day! How about some famous cherry brandy (Ginja da Obidos,) in a chocolate cup,  sealed with a royal kiss from the same region, or was that what the Queen gave to the King?

 Come and visit it with us for a taste of the same on a romantic day tour from Lisbon, with your royal love interest.





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Monday, February 15, 2010

First Deadly Sin of Travel Safety

Travel safety isn’t rocket science. In fact, when most people get into trouble or get hurt overseas it seems to be because they were doing something silly rather than any inherent danger. But some taboos are worse than others.
Wearing Too Much Bling – We’ve all seen them. They pull out their iPod to listen to some tunes while tapping away on their laptop which is downloading some great shots from their Nikon D1X. The funny thing is that they seem to be oblivious to the fact that they are flaunting too much wealth .
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Taking this stuff is no problem, but be a little bit sensible. Try not to take it out in full view of anyone who cares to look in your direction. In short, be a little discreet. Personal security is about making yourself less of a target than the next guy.

The 7 Deadly Sins of Travel Safety


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Red Roofs of Lisbon


Lisbon's land mark terracotta roofs plus the ruins of the pre-earthquake Carmo Monastery - Beautiful.


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Longest tile panorama of Lisboa before the Earthquake




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Lisbon Museu do Azulejo Tile Musuem circa 1675




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Portugals Rich Culture


LISBON, Portugal -- Strolling along the broad Tagus River, its bridges vanishing San Francisco-style in the mist, I see a landscape that tumbles down the hills from blue skies and red-tiled roofs.

I'm falling in love.

With these romantic views, grand public squares, and tiled walkways, I decide that Lisbon is the most gracefully decorated city on Earth. That must be why the Portuguese capital, about the same size as metro Pittsburgh, boasts double the number of museums: Lisboans are all about the visuals.



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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

The executive Portuguese Style


The executive
Originally uploaded by CGoulao
Here's to a less complicated life, visit Portugal for a taste of the slow lane. Luxury Travel is Slow Discovering Travel.




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