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Portugals shabby-chic capital, Lisbon, has plenty of culture.
by Steenie Harvey @Internatinalliving
Inner voices are a nuisance. Like some tiresome nanny, mine keeps whining about the dangers of pastry overload. Im sure it just said: A moment in the mouth, a lifetime on the hips. But it wont win this argument.
For travel writers, sampling local food specialties is part of the job. So to ignore the Antiga Confeitaria in Belém, Lisbons ancient maritime suburb, would be criminal. Decorated in blue and white azulejo tiles, this bakery/cafe is a shrine to the worlds most heavenly custard tartsPastéis de Belém.
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