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Times Out Market

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  • Day30

    Lunch at Time Out Market

    October 3, 2019 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

    As we found the bus quite easy to use, we decided we would return with it as well. We didn’t know the route past where we had got on, but hoped it would take us close to the Time Out Market, where we were heading for an early lunch. Unfortunately, not far after our place the bus turned right and headed towards the Baixa Chiado district, so we hoped off at the next stop and then walked the remainder of the way to the markets, which was about a kilometre.

    I had read up about some of the Michelin Star chefs who have stalls at the market, so we decided on something from chef Miguel Castro e Silva. We started with a lovely glass of rosé, and a cheese platter that came with bread and pumpkin jam - delicious. Next we tried a cod croquet, a chicken empanada and a mushroom pie - all were tapas size, and also very yummy. As you sit at shared tables at the market, it is quite easy to start chatting to people sitting close by. On this occasion, we started chatting to a lovely couple from Rotterdam as we finished our lunch. We had planned to have something else to eat from another chef, but were satisfied with what we had already eaten.

    We next caught a tram back towards Belém to go to the Banksy Exhibition - Genius or Vandal? It was a fabulous exhibition, held at the Cordoaria Nacional. Apparently, Banksy has now blacklisted the city of Lisbon as no-one asked him if it was ok to go ahead with the exhibit. It might be a bit difficult to ask for permission when Banksy does all he can to remain anonymous.

    We then walked back to the LX Factory, so that we could look around without being as rushed as we had been on the previous day. There are some great stores in the complex, with more individual styles. I got a great pair of earrings, and some hand cream made by a local Lisbon company since 1912. There is also some wonderful street art around the complex, and some interesting art installations. A really fun place to hang out.

    We caught a bus back to the Time Out Market, and picked up a snack to have tonight, as we don’t need a full on dinner. We then walked back home - we didn’t clock up as many steps as yesterday, as we made more use of public transport, but still exceeded 13,000 steps. This evening we just relaxed, caught up on my blog, and started packing as tomorrow morning we catch the train to Coimbra.
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  • Day27

    Time Out Market

    September 30, 2019 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    We continued down the hill and decided to make our way to the Time Out Market, where we bought some chocolate and some Portuguese tarts, and also rewarded ourselves for all the walking and stair climbing we had done over the day with a delicious ice cream from Santini. I had a mix of sorbets - Lemon, Raspberry, Peach and Pineapple - and they were all fabulous. Ian chose Pistachio, Peach, Pineapple and Raspberry. After that we headed home via the supermarket to pick up some supplies for dinner - we had chorizo, cheeses, tomatoes and bread. A very simple but flavoursome meal. We had a relatively early night, as we have a big day tomorrow with a tour to Sintra.Read more

  • Day2

    Time Out Market - Leider kein Markt

    October 1, 2019 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 25 °C

    Auf dem Rückweg wollten wir noch einkaufen für die nächsten Tage und haben uns daher für einen Abstecher zum Time out Market entschieden. Dort angekommen waren wir sehr überrascht, aus mehreren Gründen. Einerseits handelt es sich um ein sehr schönes und großes Gebäude, andererseits gibt es dort eine sehr große Auswahl an Essensmöglichkeiten, ähnlich zu einem großen Foodcourt. Leider handelt es sich nicht um einen Markt, so wie wir ihn uns vorgestellt haben. Somit war einkaufen hier nicht möglich und daher haben wir nochmal einen kleinen Abstecher zu einem Supermarkt gemacht.Read more

  • Day18

    Sesimbra - Lissabon

    July 25, 2019 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    Mittags Abreise in Sesimbra, gleich noch nen „Lost Place“ im Hotel gegenüber erforscht. Den letzten Tag in der Hauptstadt gehen wir entspannt an, etwas shoppen und in der ältesten Markthalle Lissabons schlemmen! Da könnte man ne komplette Woche zubringen....Read more

  • Day7

    Back in Lisboa

    April 13, 2018 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 13 °C

    We have an early Saturday morning flight out of Lisbon, so we hopped back in the car and drove up to the city from the Algarve. The drive up is beautiful and was our first time seeing much of it as our first trip was fraught with intense rain. Imagine a cross between the countrysides of Italy, Spain and green Africa. When we hit Lisbon in the late afternoon we grabbed an Uber to the Time Out Market and ate pretty much everything we could get our hands on.Read more

  • Day3

    Time Out Market Lisboa

    June 12, 2019 in Portugal ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    Time Out Market Lisboa ist eine Lebensmittelhalle im Mercado da Ribeira in Cais do Sodre in Lissabon, Portugal. Es wurde im Mai 2014 eröffnet. Das Time Out hat 35 Stände in denen portugisisches Essen serviert wird (leider kaum vegetarisch).Read more

  • Day2

    Mercado da Ribeira

    October 16, 2018 in Portugal ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Kurz ne Runde modeln...💄👄👠
    War mal ein LocalSpot, jetzt eher Touriarea. Aber Wurst, ein Markt ist es weiterhin, jetzt mit glitzerglitzer und so.
    Bica gibts hier Immernoch, mit netten Menschen obendrein. Super nicer Kerl, super nicer Bica - mit Zucker - wie der Name schon sagt ☕️. Hoppla hinein damit...Read more

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