Portugal 2014 recap with Instagram.

Last week I spent 3 days in Lisbon and 5 at the Algarve. I had a Long to do list for our time in Lisbon and got to do almost all of it:
Last week I spent 3 days in Lisbon and five at the Algarve with a good friend of mine. I had a long to-do-list for our time in Lisbon and we got to do almost all of it:
We started our Lisbon with a visit to Joana Vasconcelos' boat and artwork "Trafaria Praia" which is docked at Ribeira das Naus at the Moment.
We started our Lisbon adventure with a visit to Joana Vasconcelos’ boat and artwork “Trafaria Praia” which is docked at Ribeira das Naus at the moment.
In the evening we went to visit the new Mercado da Ribeira and had the best food I've had in a long time: the salad with cherries, goat cheese, nuts and ice cream (!) was so good.
In the evening we went to visit the new Mercado da Ribeira and had the best food I’ve had in a long time: the salad with cherries, goat cheese, nuts and ice cream (!) was sooo good.
We ended  the day Caipiroskas and Mojitos from Pitcher Cocktails at Ribeira das Naus while watching a beautiful sunset.
We ended the day with Strawberry Caipiroskas and Mojitos from Pitcher Cocktails at Ribeira das Naus while watching a beautiful sunset.
On Sunday we took the train to Belem to visit the Vhils exhibit at the Museum of Electricity.
On Sunday we took the train to Belem to visit the exhibit of the portuguese street Artist Vhils at the Museum of Electricity.
After a walk along the river and a visit to Village Underground, we stopped by the LX Factory for a Snack at Cafe na Fabrica...
After a walk along the river and a visit to Village Underground, we stopped by the LX Factory for a Snack at Cafe na Fabrica…
... and a stroll along the Sunday Market on the factory's main street.
… and a stroll along the Sunday Market on the factory’s main street.
In the afternoon we took the Metro to Oriente and visited OutJazz at Parque Tejo, had a few Sagres Radler and enjoyed the last sunrays of the day.
In the afternoon we took the metro to Oriente and visited the weekly concert series “OutJazz” at Parque Tejo, had a few Sagres Radler and enjoyed the last sunrays of the day.
On our third and last day in Lisbon we visited the Estrela park, the Mercado de Campo de Orique and the Cemeterio dos Prazeres.
On our third and last day in Lisbon we visited the Estrela park, the Mercado de Campo de Orique and the Cemeterio dos Prazeres.
Unfortunately it rained for about 2 hours, but luckily we were sitting in the cute cafe in the Jardim do Estrela and enjoyed a second breakfast with Galao, fresh orange juise and a Pastel de Nata.
Unfortunately it rained for about 2 hours, but luckily we were sitting in the new, cute cafe in the Jardim do Estrela and enjoyed a second breakfast with Galao, fresh orange juice and a Pastel de Nata. Later on the tram No. 28  took us back to the center:
The days in Lagos were mostly spent lazy at the beach after long nights out.
The following five days in Lagos were spent lazily at the beach after long nights out.

 

Lagos

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I can't wait for Portugal 2015!
Looking forward to Portugal 2015!
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