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Conserveira, a Marvellous Canned Fish Store

Conserveira, a Marvellous Canned Fish Store
At Rua dos Bacalhoeiros (map), at Baixa district, Conserveira de Lisboa is a gem to visit and an excellent place to buy a few things to take back home. That’s why it has been covered in many newspapers, magazines and tv programs.   Conserveira de Lisboa is a wonderful preserved-fish store with hundreds of colourful tins displaying on old wooden shelves. But it’s also, and above all, you may even say it, a leap in time. Opened for more than 80 years, preserving fish in cans, they have also managed...
February 15th, 2010 | Alexandre Kühl Oliveira | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, Caned, fish, Food & Beverage, History & Information, presents, Shopping, souvenir

A Disney Souvenir You Will Cherish, Hands Down!

A Disney Souvenir You Will Cherish, Hands Down!
Do  these souvenirs sound familiar?  A t-shirt that commemorates the vacation destination and is worn a few times, until it shrinks?!  Or the light-up spinny-thing that is so cool in the dark, until it gets caught in sister’s hair?!  Take heart, as I have uncovered a souvenir that will withstand the test of time. A new “hand art” vendor  has recently opened a kiosk at Downtown Disney, creating framable souvenirs you will actually cherish. Customers place their...
December 27th, 2009 | Jenni Ingersoll | Read More | Comments: 2
Filed under: Downtown-Disney, family fun, souvenir, Walt Disney World Resort

The Perfect Souvenier

You’ve done the sightseeing, the picture taking and now you’re ready for one of my favorite parts of any trip: Souvenier shopping. Now you could go for the standard key chain or array of post cards, maybe even a t-shirt, but why not buy a souvenier that you will a) never be able to purchase anywhere outside of Germany, b) celebrate Bavarian culture and c) use time and time again? That’s right ladies and gentlemen, I’m saying that you should make an investment that will last a lifetime of...
March 7th, 2008 | themunichguide | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: dirndl, lederhosen, Shopping, sightseeing, souvenir, tract