Águas Livres Aqueduct & Cascais

Quoting from the Unesco World Heritage website: “The Águas Livres Aqueduct is a baroque architectural infrastructure….. built between 1731 and 1799. It is a hydraulic structure that stretches over 36 miles, built of cut stone quarried in the Lisbon area. It was the last great classical aqueduct to be built all over the world, constituting a system for the capture and transport of water which … Continue reading Águas Livres Aqueduct & Cascais

Lisbon, Portugal – Part 1

I titled this ‘Part 1’ because I’ll be leaving Lisbon in a few days, but then coming back for a few more. At that time, I’ll be staying at another hostel in another neighborhood so I’ll most likely have different things to share with you. I have so many pictures to show you in this post that I’ll just get right into it. I’ll be … Continue reading Lisbon, Portugal – Part 1

No Cal

Hello, there. It’s been a while. I’ve been in Northern California (mostly Oakland) since around the middle of March, staying at the home of my wonderful, beautiful, kind, generous friend, Lin. Often I’ve been planting and playing in her lovely garden or sewing or, from time to time, going out and about. You know, when you’re not ‘traveling,’ I mean really traveling – going to … Continue reading No Cal