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... feel like you're wandering through the ruins of a mysterious magical city that was eaten up by the forest and now all you have is your imagination to try to figue how this city must've looked like--all on the steep sides of a mountain.
It's all very Moorish in style. This must've been a mighty fortress city back in its day, gazing out to the Atlantic to the west and all across the hill penninsula of what is now greater Lisbon. Finally I reach the gate to the main castle at the ...
... cafe con leche and soon we saw a Korean tour bus group get dropped off at the bus station. We joined them for the white knuckle bus ride up through the town, past the Moorish Castle, and finally to the Pena Palace. We bought our discounted ticket and boarded another small bus that for 1 euro took us from the ticket office up to the entrance. It was another steep climb, so well worth the 1 euro!
The Pena Palace is as magical and whimsical as ...
... necklace with matching earring for 15 euros because I really needed a nice necklace piece. After that we arrived at the Palace and skipped the box office line since we bought tickets online the night before. One TIP: If you ever go to Sintra you should buy the 5 parks and palace package for only 34 Euros and you get all access passes to the 5 of the palaces and the parks of those palaces. At the National Palace of Sintra we were amazed by ...
... there, and though it is a small town, we just couldn't do everything. First, when we arrived, we walked around and attempted to climb the mountain but that just wasn't going to happen. Anna and I walked back down to the bus and bought tickets to drive up, which was a far better option.
Our first stop was the Moorish Castle, which I completely adore. It's hundreds of years old but we ...
... restaurant that is on the map, and in the guides. It is a refuge for cyclists, motor cyclists, hikers, tourists, workers, locals. There is a steady stream of people. A group of women who have all been hiking are exhausted as they plunk themselves down at the table in front of me. They are chugging down water as their walking sticks fall to the floor. Motor cyclists enter all decked out in their leathers, one exception a pair of hot pink suede ...