Welcome to week 261 (1/7/2016) of Travel Photo Thursday, and our first post from Portugal, and of the new year. Last week was a huge miss because my site was under attack by hackers trying to break in, so my host took the site down. I don’t get how the tech people can’t see what’s going on, and honestly, the guy I pay to look after this stuff is turning out to be rather useless. I think it’s time to look for a new techie. Okay, enough about my tech woes. Since arriving in Europe on December 25th, I have taken 3433 photos (not including Instagram!). This week I want to share with you a few of my favorites from my time in Lisbon. Enjoy!
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In the courtyard at Lisbon’s National Azulejo Museum. Their tile collection is fantastic, and beautifully presented. This museum is a must visit if you’re in Portugal.
Tiles do tell a story!
A short train ride from Lisbon brings you to the fairy tale town of Sintra, and the amazing Pena National Palace. This shot makes me want to recite Rapunzel!
A charming castle door; don’t you love the colors? !
A stunning Sintra window!
A beautiful Lisbon view directly across the street from the Fundação Ricardo do Espírito Santo Silva (Lsbon’s Museum of Decorative Arts) in Alfama.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this brief glimpse of Portugal, and there is lots more to come! Have you been to Lisbon or Sintra? Do you have a favorite memory or photo?
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