10 dezembro 2009
If New York is the city that never sleeps,
Lisbon is the city that rarely yawns.
Arriving in a new European city is exhilarating at any time of day, but I have always been more intrigued by the first nightfall.
Dusk, to be precise. It's that time - as the sun descends and the shadows of buildings inch forward ominously - when you take one last squint at your guidebook and think, "Is it going to be the hotel bar or the great unknown?"
continue a ler o artigo do Los Angeles Times aqui.
Publicada por Sancha Trindade à(s) 10.12.09