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We take off with Ron and Bess this AM on a tour going to the town of Sintra. Our goal is to visit the Palacio de La Pena, one of the estates of the kings . Quite magnificent although as we approach it is hard to take in the grandeur because the wind is blowing, the rain is falling and the fog is enveloping the grounds. Inside we walk the " tourist track" in out of rooms filled with artifacts of the day. Our guide has to narrate in 5 languages so following ...
The trip took about an hour. One nice thing about taking trains is you see local countryside and small towns you often miss when driving highway roads. With my limited knowledge and site seeing it appears Lisbon and Portugal are building very large and tall apartment complexes in small communities on the outskirts of towns. Often we noticed a progression of low income and steadily middle class building clusters. The trip reminded me of our ...
We visited Cascais (pronounced cush-cysh), a lovely village on the ocean west of Lisbon. It is a fishing village and now also a resort town. Many wealthy Lisbon executives live here and commute, which isn't far. It was very beautiful. We stopped at the Western-most shore of Continental Europe. Then we drove up the mountain to Sintra, where the royalty built their summer palace. It's also a very beautiful village with steep streets ...
... it, but she hadn't so I didn't and we shifted some stuff, squeezed in and away we went. We drove up down and around the busy streets squeezing past cars until we finally came to the parking lot and parked up, we were staying in Sintra for three nights and I reckon the car would be staying where it was as well. Even though we seemed to have driven miles to park the car it was only a short walk to the apartment. We arrived and checked it out. Yep it had a stove, pots and ...
... fantastic gargoyles and tiles and facades. At that point the sun had come out, warming us up and granting us a tremendous view of the valley below.
Our final day in Sintra again threatened rain, so we took the bus to the farthest western reaches of Europe, a forlorn little beach with a gift shop and café. Then back again stopping at the Quinta da Regaleria – once a private home to a uber-wealthy gentleman who turned the estate into a labyrinth ...
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 , Sintra | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Rua Barbosa du Bocage, 8, 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 de Albuquerque No 25, Sintra | 2 star hotelfrom $102
- warm and comfortable - gre…
Estrada Velha de Colares, Sintra | 3 star hotelfrom $170
Praca da Republica 35, Sintra | Hotelfrom $105
23-23a Avenida Raul Solnado, Sintra | 2 star hotelfrom $52
Rua Doutor Alfredo da Costa 15 17, Sintra | Hotelfrom $103