Even the world’s most famous pilgrimage, Spain’s Camino de Santiago, has some surprises for experienced walker JourneyWoman Publisher Carolyn Ray.
While the beauty and appeal of the historic capital of Portugal never fails to impress, contemporary Lisbon is home to an ever-emerging range of art and design centers set in hip, refurbished warehouses, walled medieval castles, gothic cathedrals, historic theaters, lively cafes, and intimate tascas.
Contributing writer Sally Peabody shares her favorite Lisbon museums, including the Calouste Gulbenkian including the National Museum of Azulejos, and the Casa Museu Medeiros e Almeida and newer contemporary museums.
A burned-out, broken-hearted event planner moonlighting at a Portuguese tapas bar in Toronto rediscovers herself in a Habitat for Humanity build in Portugal.
History, mystery and romance: Deborah Lawrenson’s novel “300 Days of Sun” follows the stories of two women living in Portugal during very different times.
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