‘How I Fell for Lisbon’ escreveu Frank Bruni do New York Times

‘We intuited one. So the beauty we encountered was serendipitous: the mosaics of black and white stone with which so many of the sidewalks, esplanades and plazas are paved; the tiles — yellow, green, white — with which so many of the buildings are faced. Mosaics like these I’d seen elsewhere, though they had a special dominance and whimsy here. But tiles like these, used this way, were a revelation. It was as if Lisbon wore a set of jewels that other cities didn’t bother to’.

são palavras  sobre Lisboa, do cronista do New York Times, Frank Bruni.  para continuar a aler aqui.