Quinta Verde Sintra
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... filled with restaurants where the local people eat. Nothing fancy but really good food. I've been eating grilled fish every chance I get. Fish on the grill is different than cooked other ways and Armando promises that when we get home he will figure out how to cook it that way.
By the way, all the photos embedded in this post are stolen from the internet. Our photos are below - click on the first one and scroll through them.
... hanger……..until we stepped out into the light of day. The outside of the building was gorgeous with two horseshoe shaped carved stone doorways, and that Manueline style of architecture which is a cross between ancient Moors, present (for him - 1505) European, and not yet created Art Nouveau.¨ Very elaborate yet not over done.
Started in on the grand squares again but noticeably less grand than Madrid. Not as well maintained in a way ...
Part two (the nature part) of my Lisbon trip started off in Sintra, a town about 30km North-West of Lisbon and only a 40 minute train drive away. I was excited to get out of the city to experience more of nature, and oh boy, was I pleasantly surprised!! I started taking pictures as soon as I left the train station. There was something in the air again, something magical, exciting and alluring! It had all the qualities that I want my country to have one day. ...
We then made our way to Sintra – which is a UNESCO Heritage site. We only saw the famous Pena Palace on the Hill, as we did not have much time here. The traffic was horrendous. The town itself is a beautiful almost fairytale village where Portuguese Aristocrats (and English – like Lord Byron) would lounge their summer hours in the cool breeze and ...
... at a great campsite where we spent five days chilling, going
to the beach for a bit of body boarding, being taken out to dinner by one of the campsite staff, playing tennis and making friends with the German couple camped next to us. Frank and Tina became great friends whom we intend to visit at a later date, and we even ended up playing
tennis with them! On our last day one of our best achievements to date we took ...
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