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... the gardens there was a well which you could access through caves or a large staircase. For lunch we went to a little traditional Portuguese restaurant which was recommended by the hostel. There I had a chicken dish and Sam had a clams dish. The food was really tasty and quite cheap too. Afterwards we went to the Palace of Sintra in town and had a wander through it. We are currently on the train from Sintra on our way to Faro in southern Portugal. ...
... highly recommended on TripAdvisor for a great home cooked meal and a lively fado performance. Fado is a genre of song that describes the woeful fate of the Portuguese. Women would typically sing these songs when their husbands were out at sea. The singer is accompanied by a 12 string Portuguese guitar. We were very much looking forward to the performance.
To get to Sr. Fado, we walked to the 28E tram and took that to Largo Santa Luzia and ...
... at the Palace (which was a 10 minute ride) we were exhausted from all the walking and climbing stairs that we wanted to rest, but we couldn’t. When you arrive to Pena you have to walk through the palace’s park first to then climb a long hill of a stairs to the top of the mountain. Ellie and I were almost crawling because we were soo exhausted and we think the jet lag finally caught up with us today. Anyways, it was well worth ...
Late start: The second day we cooked our own brunch and drove from Cascais up to the picturesque Sintra around noon. Sun was out with temperature reaching 20 C. The weather in Sintra is supposed to be 3-4 degrees cooler and hence picked by the Portuguese Royalty to build their amazing palaces. Sintra is located at a higher altitude with about ...
... finally after hemming and hawing over how to actually get to the Moorish castle and the Palace of Pena, we ended up on the city's hop-on hop-off type public transport. It is a VERY good thing that we didn't try to walk up, as it is a very steep incline, with narrow roads, no shoulders, and it was POURING RAIN. Rock face on one side, cliff on the other. At least the greenery was fantastic! It felt as if we had been ...