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Whenever I check out a new city, I’m always on the hunt for booze that is rooted in history. We know Portugal has fantastic wine, and you’ve likely heard of Port, but what about ginjinha? Me neither, so on my last trip to Lisbon, of course I had to find it. Ginjinha, also called ginja,
I could talk about the beautiful sunsets. Or maybe the terracotta roofs. Or, perhaps, I could talk about the incredible azulejos throughout the city. But no, I’m going to talk about the sidewalks. Don’t get me wrong, all of the other aspects of Lisbon are great, but every time I reminisce about my trip to Lisbon, I can’t help but think about the sidewalks.
Lisbon has the type beauty that captivates you. The sun setting over the terracotta roofs. The detailed tile work on the sidewalk. And, of course, the azulejo tile across the city. Though I could wax poetic about the scenery, but the real reason you’re here is to find out out where you should eat in
In the past couple weeks, I’ve dusted off my snowboarding gear and bought a new (uh, used?) cable knit sweater. I even ordered a knee brace (perks of that post-ACL surgery life). All of this in preparation for my upcoming ski/snowboarding trip to Tahoe. Though I’ve grown up on the west coast of the United