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... the Castle was that it looked like a fort. And then it really looked like some Great Wall of the west. It was easy not an easy climb. With the sun now quickly becoming glaring and temperature rising. But it was well worth the effort. I particularly loved he view of the Pena Palace from the Moorish walls. Sintra was so swarmed by tourists it was a pain to take the tourist bus. Because most time you have to stand or worse, may not even get on of trying to board from a popular stop. ...
... train station and found a cab who took us home. Although it was late, we fancied a little snack, and stopped at the nearby Liberty Cafe for some drinks and live music. The band was singing classic American tunes and served as a nice contrast to the fado we heard earlier in the evening.
We slept well after an incredibly busy day. We have another early start tomorrow as we head out of the Lisbon area to visit the town of Evora.
... metro in Lisboa is soo nice and clean. Ellie and I used the metro in Lisboa for the first time and we shocked because we didn't expect it to be really clean. The was not one piece of trash in the subway paths like you see in NYC, the grounds were so clean you could it off the floor (okay a little exaggeration, but you get my point). Also the metro in Lisboa is nicely decorated with Portuguese art pieces and the metro doesn't look that old either. ...
... Castle. It was already 6pm and neither Harshi nor myself had any energies left to hike further. Moors Castle sat on a hill top and was used to plan strategies by the Portuguese military presided by the King. Finally we had an opportunity to try out the locally made Cherry Liqueur called 'Ginja' served in tiny chocolate cups. It tasted so good ...
... I really like some of the china that was left.
Back in Sintra, we opted for ease of meal, and ate at Pizza hut. I got to use my basic Portuguese skills, in verifying our order with our waitress, as she wasn't entirely sure who was getting what. Be warned, if you are vegetarian, be prepared to pay more for your food, as most specials include meat or fish. I also tried their lemonade type soft drink, Sumol.