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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 ...
... 8230;). I was pleased for the arrival in Sintra and their rapid departure before they noticed me.
The remarkable thing about Sintra is its proximity to Lisbon. The impoverished outer suburbs literally melt away. One minute I was sitting on a train driving through a disadvantaged housing
project, being, err, entertained by its denizens, the next there were lavish mansions on the horizon and beautiful forest covered hills.
Sintra’s monuments are among the ...
... of erstwhile Portuguese Empire we drove back to Cascais to freshen up and grab some dinner. Dinner: After some deliberations we picked A PARREIRINHA for our dinner. We had excellent Portuguese food, service and the best Sangria. We downed almost 2 liters of that nice tasting drink. Tipsy and full we crawled back to our room, just down the ...
... on the whitewash. I believe it shows character and gives me appreciation for this cottages longevity. We would keep each other busy on that front.
We opened all of the windows and doors today, wide open and the house just filled with freshness and sunshine. For the first time we swung open our shutters on to the little balcony off of our bedroom. The view of the village below is magnificent. As the trees come to full bloom, this view will ...
... and warmth of the house. I returned that evening to Lisboa, where my modest hotel room was waiting for me, decided to come back if not to see the palaces, at least to get a glimps of the Queen's ****, the perpetual cloud over Sinatra.
So, here am I, the next afternoon, climbing the path twards Palacio de Pena, the summer residence of the Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha branch of Portugal royal family, build in the mid nintheen century. The walk from the bus station to the ...
Other places to stay in Sintra
Praca da Republica, Sintra | 4 star hotelfrom $76
- Once inside, the views are fantastic
- Views to die for
- Great location & view!
Rua dos Malmequeres, 1 - Janas, Sintra | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Rua Barbosa do Bocage 10, Sintra | 5 star hotelfrom $238
Avenida Alfredo Coelho S/N, Sintra | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Rua Consiglieri Pedroso 38-40, Sintra | 4 star hotelfrom $135
Largo Afonso Albuquerque No 25, Sintra | 2 star hotelfrom $102
Estrada Velha de Colares, Sintra | 3 star hotelfrom $170
Estrada Nacional 249, Sintra | 2 star hotelfrom $52
Rua Dr. Alfredo Costa, n.0 15-17, Sintra | Hotelfrom $103