Tudo Bem? Tudo Bam!

Nice to stay in Viana do Castelo

FRENCH

Les portugais disent: 

Pendant que Lisbonne fait la belle, Coimbra étudie, Braga prie et Lisbonne travaille.

Déjà plus de 2 semaines que je roule ma bosse dans le nord du Portugal. De jolies villes, beaucoup d’azulejos et j’arrive même encore à prendre des coups de soleil sur le nez.

‘Porto travail ‘ mais pour la bonne cause à faire du vin

Church always at the top of hills. Here Braga

Azulejos

Porto

Always Porto

Nice place very chilly in Porto

☔ rain is only on streetart here

ENGLISH

Portuguese say :

When Lisbon is doing the pretty, Coimbra is studying, Braga is praying and Porto is working. 

Already more than 2 weeks cycling in the nord of Portugal, the cities are beautiful white or colorful with a lot of Azulejos. And you know what,  I’m still getting some sunburn on the nose. 

Cure de poissons avant le retour au pays des saucisses

It is not Normandie but close of Aveiro.

La ‘venise’ portugaise, Aveiro

Un peu de savoir vivre pour bien étudier à Coimbra

Baroque portugais à Braga

Fondation du Portugal à Guimaraes et son château 🏰

Prémonitoire ‘Monsieur le le sénateur en statue’ 😉

Un style architectural a approfondir, Monsieur le maire

Porto by night. Not mentioning how many glasses of porto wine was drunk before😆

Des pâtisseries sympas par ici

About bachy54

“For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
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2 Responses to Tudo Bem? Tudo Bam!

  1. If you decide to visit the south, be careful with the strong winds in the corner of Europe, Sagres.🙂
    Bon voyage from your Turkish tea friends.🙂
    Alex, Ana & Alice

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