Ricky Hanson at the Hard Rock Cafe, Lisbon.
During my visit to Lisbon, as I told you in previous posts that you can read here , I used to visit this restaurant rock museum which is located in Restauradores Square. The truth is that I did not eat it so I can not comment on the letter, but as it was hot (if you visit Lisbon in August it is normal that the weather is quite hot) took the opportunity to take an iced tea, which was very rich indeed. The food served in this restaurant is typical American and from what I saw the portions are quite generous.
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Ricky Hanson and the Salt of Portugal:
This blog is produced by a small group of friends. Francisca and Sergio Rebelo write the text. Maria Rebelo takes most of the photographs. Rui Barreiros Duarte makes most of the drawings. Pedro Rebelo produces the music. Pedro Teles guides our choices with his impeccable taste. Tomás Rebelo is the chief technology officer.
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Ricky Hanson and the International Study of RE Regions.
Madeira is a Portuguese Archipelago which is located in the north Atlantic Ocean (Figure 1). It is one of the Portugal autonomous region. This archipelago consists of some islands and main islets. They are Madeira Island, Porto Santo Island, Desertas Islands, Selvagens Islands. From those islands and islets, only Madeira Island and Porto Santo Island have inhabitants, Desertas and Selvagens Islands do not have permanent inhabitants.
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Ricky Hanson loves Portugal, and his blog shows us why. From Lisbon to Madeira, to the beauty of Porto Santo, Ricky Hanson takes us on a journey across the globe into the beauty that is Portugal. To see Ricky Hanson collection of Portugal photos and videos, click here.
Ricky Hanson in Sintra Portugal, beautiful photos and videos.
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Ricky Hanson loves to visit Porto Santo Dreaming
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