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After we booked our trip to Portugal, we were googling places to see and found Sintra. From that point on, it was the main place I wanted to see in Portugal. On National Geographic's 100 places to see, Sintra is a little slice of heaven. Just 19 km west of Lisbon, it is that much closer to the sea and surrounded by lush gardens and green valleys. …
... us at first even though we are 2 people. But we also had big groups behind is. He reluctantly seated us and first we didn't know why. As it turned out, the waiter only spoke portugese. And the first floor was absolutely crazy. It was loud. Waiters yelling and running (literally) back and forth. It definitely feels eating-with-the-local, but talk about high stress eating environment. It felt more like a Hong Kong street dining vendor than a fine ...
... and saying goodbyes. Lidia (a good friend from UCF) came to visit and stayed at my little flat. We celebrated Easter together with Thomas by going to the St. Epvre Cathedral and had picnic at the Parc de la Pepiniere. Friday was the best day of exams - it was the last. Bee and I left on a 7am train to Strasbourg to make our flight to Porto at 11am.
We were briefly able to explore Porto. Word to the wise, every time you are traveling somewhere double check that ...
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