Posts Tagged ‘porto’

Happy Hour!!!

As I have been to lazy lately and haven’t been going out and haven’t been working in the bar this week, finally after countless months I am able to wake up early ( Yes, 10.30 am is early for me:)).

First half of today I spent on my diploma work ( I should make a separate post about that) and on making cocktail list for one of the bars I work in  Breyner 85, if you happen to visit Porto I suggest you to visit this Bar/ music/dance school/concert & jam place, well real culture house I must say. It is located in a beautiful old building, I guess from beginning of 20 century. During a day time you can eat toasts and salads named by singers and drink some sangria in the beautiful garden of Breyner house, but during nights you can enjoy jazz, blues jam sessions ( by this I mean real jam sessions), watch short movies or enjoy live concerts. And hopefully soon, you can do it all while sipping one of the best cocktails made in Porto ( I put on the list some of classic stuff and some not so classic, like variations of my favorite cocktail Long Island Ice tea).

But for now some pictures of cocktails in my other working place ” Terraza”, which is worth visiting as well, as it has a beautiful outside lounge with sofas and view like this.

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Long time no see.

I was working all this summer almost every night, but finally I have some spare time to , actually, show my news.

Sooo, I got a new flat and a new roomie and I am really excited about both.

Here are some pictures of my new roomy Yagmur, who likes to pose ( oh, I LOVE her style) in the staircase of our magnificent house.


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Details of Porto

I am living in Porto for almost a year and I still can’t get enough of the city. My favorite thing to do when I need to relax is go out on the tiny streets of Porto with my photo camera.

In my opinion old people are so interesting and beautiful, especially here, where they know how to enjoy days, it does not matter is it playing domino or gambling in the park, feeding pigeons or picking up pine nuts in the ”Crystal Palace”.

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