One way to unwind on a Disquiet weekend is to check out some castles…
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Disquieters! DON’T FORGET MONDAY! Please join us as we celebrate all things Disquieting (like Leap Day!) at our first official DISQUIET Reading and Reunion in NYC.
Featuring Alexander Chee (fiction faculty ’15), Jarita Davis (alum ’12), and Katherine Vaz (Luso faculty ’13–’16)
And Jarita’s book is now available in time for the event!!
“Romance embraces you on every street corner here“
This traveler returned home an ambassador for the city: “The castle on the hill started to feel less and less important as I roamed the city’s colorful neighborhoods and joined the rhythm of everyday life.”
“Lisbon is not about its monuments, it’s about its feelings.” See more at El Pais!
Budget Travel says, “LISBON, PORTUGAL. A low of 59 in January and a high of 83 in July thanks to the Atlantic breezes and Gulf Stream make Lisbon a respite from extreme weather all year round.”
“Locals and in-the-know travelers head to Intendente, a historic district in Portugal’s capital city that has undergone a dramatic makeover.”
The best places to drink Ginjinha in Lisbon!
From David da Silva Cornell: “What a discovery — 2,000 texts by Pessoa, unedited and heretofore unread, were found in a box in the garage of a house in South Africa where he lived as a child and are now at Brown.” More here!