Madeira Wine (Portugal). 'Madeira is a fortified wine, produced in the Madeira Islands; varieties may be sweet or dry. It has a history dating back to the Age of Exploration when Madeira was a standard port of call for ships heading to the New World or East Indies.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/portugal
Porto, capital of the Port wine, and the Ribeira district, UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the foreground the Rabelos boats, Portugal
Azulejos (blue tiles) at the chapel of the Convent d'Alcobaça, Portugal
#Portugal #TravelTuesday: I'm pinning the responses from my #LuxeTravelLife followers who answered the following : If I could live someplace else for a year, it would be _______________.
Porto-Portugal. Porto—with its Berlin-like industrialism and Firenze-eque charm—is home to Café Au Lait, an intimate alternative music spot in the heart of the city’s nightclub-laden downtown. Café Au Lait is known as Porto’s landmark venue for international and local musicians and DJs alike, hosting harmony-drenched indie rock, soulful electronica, house and tropicalia acts on any given night