Quinta Verde Sintra
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We are in Sintra. It is a very historic town set in rugged hills covered in pines and Palm trees. We are not too far from the ocean and the westernmost edge of Europe. The castle of the Moors sets atop the hills. The silhouette of the castle and the walls surrounding it look down on the town. There are 3 palaces here and we can see 2 from our bedroom window. Casa Miradouro is a lovely old home from then1890's now a ...
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Unexpectedly, our AirBnB hosts, Jorge and Maria, were gone when we got ready to go. We wrote a nice note in the guestbook that had been open on the page with our name on top for several days.
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... and forth the length is the restaurant, he looked as young as ever. Tina felt I was eating too fast due to the craziness and kept telling me need to eat as long as the time we spent in line. At the end, we ordered a giant prawn, clams, shrimp in garlic sauce, a 1.5 kg crab, 250g of goose barnacles, and finally steamed clams in garlic. The goose barnacle was the most expensive at around 65 euro per kg. The giant prawn was at a similar price per kg. ...
... literally got on the train a minute before its departure.
Monica´s mom, Isabel, was absolutely precious. As soon as we arrived, she made us feel at home. Both mornings she had breakfast for us and dinner in the evenings - we had authentic Portuguese cuisine - it was fabulous! On Sunday we visited Belem, which is the older part of town. We walked around the marina and saw many bikers, runners and just walkers enjoying the sunny day. The area has a theme of the sea - ...
... found ourselves in an unmarked entrance to the estates extensive subterranean cavern system. We found our way to another unmarked, unlit cave (cue bumped head) and found our way to a massive unfinished underground well. There were no other tourists in sight, and when I climbed to the top, the above ground entrance seemed to be in an unvisited wilderness of the garden. Fantastic.
Forced out by closing time we wandered back to town, and finished with a relaxing simple dinner. Great ...