Amazonia Jamor Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so it wasn't too big of a deal for us. Sintra is a little medieval town, and on the tops of two overlooking hills are a palace and a moorish castle. We got confused with all the tourists and tourist buses there, and couldn't find the local bus that whisked you up to the top, so we walked! ARGH! We were both hot, sweaty messes when we finally got to the top, but at least there was a breeze that cooled us down. The castle was fantastic and the trip and tour took all day. ...
... black and dark grey pottery coloured by wood smoke used for storing oil and olives, carrying water and cooking, plain and hand painted (what looks like embroidery stitches) terra cotta vases and pots, lots of platters and dishes which I love and delicate porcelain, again hand painted. There are lots of figurines, many of you are probably familiar with the rooster.
The Barcelos Rooster is Portugal's National Symbol. The legend states - a ...
... a kilometre to another amazing structure, the Padrao dos Descobrimentos, a monument to the Portuguese age of exploration during the 15th and 16th centuries. All are worth a look and it's a lovely, if small insight to the history of the city. From these monuments we can see across the harbour to a statue of Christ. It is listed in the top five 'things to see' in Lisbon, but having agreed that trying to cram too much in and not taking time to relax does not constitute a real holiday, ...
... tunnels and then out towards Cintra … I so wanted to add another “a” (Sinatra).
Or first stop was a pastry shop renown for making two types of cakes / pastries since the 1700s. One was quite small and had a very thin crisp pasty with a dark brown filling which I think was almonds and the other was of average size and was a pastry that contained eggs, cheese, almonds and flour, sugar … don’t know what ...
... for me were Mad Magazine collections, old school Jane Fonda workout DVD’s, and the original Nintendo Gameboy. It was tough to not purchase the Gameboy.
The Portuguese food we tried near the ...