Quinta Verde Sintra
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- Continental Breakfast
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This morning, Tina insisted on getting coffee with her daily croissant pastry for breakfast to go and spilled 1/3 of it because the bakery didn't have lids. No one here gets coffees to go. It was served in a beer cup. We walked fast to the train station to avoid missing an every half an hour train to Sintra. Our first stop was Castelo Mouros. As the name suggests, the castle was built by the moors. The castle is quite stereotypical. But the most ...
Starting the day early, I left Porto with a goodie bag of fruit (sadly, 7:00am was too early for any form of breakfast…), and headed off for the four hour trip to Sintra via Lisbon.
The ride in was fairly unremarkable except for a gang of loud malcontent teens joining the journey half way. The Sintra line is famous for this- and they carried out yobbo behavior with a deft, and I think much practiced skill (largely involving approaching older tourists and making animal ...
... a small bottle for ourselves. Did not risk buying those chocolate cups only to melt them by the time we reach home. As we walked towards our car we bought some fresh cherries that grow everywhere around Sintra. Those were the best cherries I ever had. By now we clicked almost hundred pictures! Tired and jaded with our brains full of ...
... the yard. He would have other parking facilities and he would fix every crack in any wall or elsewhere that he found. I was all about the interior and how I would "lighten up" the furniture but leave the gorgeous rugs on the cobblestone, terrazzo and wood floors. I would move the laundry facilities inside, they are in an out building, and take over one of the washrooms. You do not need three bathrooms in this house. I love the cracks and the ...
Today was another day trip out of Lisborn to Sinta the traditional summer retreat for Portugal's kings and families. It is a fairytale setting with rolling green hills, stunning palaces, narrow one-way streets winding up the hills to the palaces and chateaus at the top. As it was autumn the leaves were falling and there were beautiful orange and yellow leaves everywhere. This is a very pretty place and everything had been built ...