Nordic inspiration for this off the beaten path hotel, restaurant & spa where we are enjoying today’s #portugalfoodstories lunch at an altitude of 1500m. Welcome to #casaDasPenhasDouradas #SerraDaEstrela ! Una foto publicada por A World to Travel (@aworldtotravel) el
#tinypeopleinbigplaces @candidsbyjo #portugalfoodstories #SerraDaEstrela edition Una foto publicada por A World to Travel (@aworldtotravel) el
Thanks, Portugal! And @candidsbyjo for taking this gorgeous #portugalfoodstories #sunsetsforbreakfast pic at Serra da Estrela, the highest spot in the country, last night. Heading South towards Evora and @conventodoespinheiro today 🙂 Una foto publicada por A World to Travel (@aworldtotravel) el
Craziness. But one I am used to and that reminds me so much of my student years. So it wasn’t a bad thing at all. On the contrary, I really enjoyed the unique atmosphere. I’d have to ask my blogger fellows what’s their take anyways. I bet it was way too noisy and messy for their taste. Not everyone is coming from the festive and loud South of Europe!
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I came to Portugal to take part on a 2 weeks food tour around the country after winning the Portugal Food Stories contest by Aptece along with other 4 international bloggers. Anyway, all the opinions here are my own. Read all the articles about this awesome trip here.