#KimExplores Lisbon

I left San Francisco on a Monday afternoon to arrive in Lisbon on Tuesday evening. With only a night and a full day remaining, I made sure to see what Lisbon had to offer. From taking the first night to explore new restaurants plus The Pink Street to walking the streets while discovering new eateries and experiencing sights unique to the Lisbon culture, my friends & I enjoyed each moment. Take a journey through my lens to see how #KimExplores Lisbon.

*All Photos: © All That Is Kim / Captured with iPhone7+ & Sony a6000

  Flight Route: SFO to LA to London to Lisbon

Flight Route: SFO to LA to London to Lisbon

  First Meal on Arrival: Prawn curry & lady's fingers served with basmati rice - IBO Restaurante

First Meal on Arrival: Prawn curry & lady's fingers served with basmati rice - IBO Restaurante

while on the pink street... #KimExplores

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  Belem Tower

Belem Tower

  Jeronimos Monastery

Jeronimos Monastery

  Jeronimos Monastery

Jeronimos Monastery

always smiling. #Lisbon #KimExplores

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  A yellow tram in Alfama District, a key part of the Lisbon culture.

A yellow tram in Alfama District, a key part of the Lisbon culture.

  Traveling With Friends: From The Bay to Lisbon

Traveling With Friends: From The Bay to Lisbon

  Even with the rain, the streets were still beautiful.

Even with the rain, the streets were still beautiful.

Gelato: Mascarpone x Cookie #Lisbon #KimExplores

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  After walking the steps to the top of Castelo De S. Jorge

After walking the steps to the top of Castelo De S. Jorge

  View from one of the towers - Castelo De S. Jorge

View from one of the towers - Castelo De S. Jorge

captured from one of the highest points in the city. #Lisbon #KimExplores #KimCaptures

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  Couldn't leave LIsbon without trying a pastel de nata, an original Portuguese custard.

Couldn't leave LIsbon without trying a pastel de nata, an original Portuguese custard.

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*All Photos: © All That Is Kim / Captured with iPhone7+ & Sony a6000