Thursday, 5 April 2012

Difference

We lived in Alfama, the orange trees were in bloom and smelled like it never smells in Sweden and the Fado singers didn't sound so very swedish either ;) (Recently Fado was added to the list of World Heritage). The breakfast bread... was not so swedish either, good to have something more substantial like a Pasteis De Nata to eat after.

Carminho

Happy Easter!!

20 comments:

barbara said...

Happy easter to you!

K R I S T I I N A said...

aaah livet leker för sig nu...njuuut!

Anonymous said...

I recognize that restaurant!! If it's Malmequer-Bemmequer you surely had a nice meal.
kisses
Ana P.

ana ventura said...

:-)

noreen said...

hello camilla - in the top picture, i want a sip of that hot drink. looks yummy! in the bottom - my goodness - very interesting place! have a lovely easter.

Sara said...

thank you for taking on this trip with you. It was fantastic, wasn't it?
xoxo

gelinotte said...

yep ! pastel de nata ! I love it !

mariana said...

Ohh.. in lisbon the smells, the colors and the soft music make a delitious combination. But I bet the bread is much better in sweden.

cheers camilla

Sketch of Senses said...

that bread really doesn´t look tasty.... you should try "Pão da Avó" or "Pão de Água".We have them in almost every bakery. Much better!

Cooperativa de Oficios said...

that bread looks like our "marraqueta"
a typical chilean bread!

Cristián Pavez Díaz said...

I agree with Cooperativa de Oficios!! The bread looks like marraqueta!! I'm sure it's as delicious as our bread!!
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Gracia said...

Happy Easter to you. I have such wonderful travel memories from traveling around Portugal. What a place!

stephanie levy said...

Oh, I love Lisbon - I want to go back! Glad you had a great trip :) xo

louise said...

Sounds like a wonderful time was had. xolj

Alexandra Hedberg said...

oh, blommor, frukost ute ...

... det känns så långt borta på alla sätt

Anonymous said...

pastel de nata! YUMI!
The street is in Alfama, at the door of a famous restaurant Baiuca, and near Malmequer.
K_line

evdokia t. said...

mmm! first foto looks delicious! & i can smell this orange trees from here :)

LurdeLinhas said...

I`m proud that you have a nice time in Portugal.WE really have a lot of " Hidden Beauties "

Pedro Ferro said...

"that bread really doesn´t look tasty.... you should try "Pão da Avó" or "Pão de Água".We have them in almost every bakery. Much better!"

If we are talking about portuguese bread, we cannot forget about the "Pão Alentejano" ;)

Nómada said...

Oooooh! These are the famous "pasteis de nata".... Lisbon is so beautiful! Love it!