Hotel da Vila
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... old buildings in this historic precinct. It really is a clever combination of the old and the new. We thought we may have made a big mistake in coming there but were assured by the hotel staff that fine Sunday afternoons are always very busy, this one being even more so since it was the final day of a three day light festival. "Why did we have to land ourselves in the middle of this?" we thought. We hate crowds. The staff told us that the next few days were likely to be ...
... streets, lots of pubs and restaurants, and it overlooks a fishing port and beach. Our apartment is also rather nice, one bedroom, in the old town, with wifi, washing machine but NO parking, although we rented it via AirBnB because it had parking.....why are such essential criteria lost in translation?
We spent Sunday on hop on hop off buses doing Lisbon, ...
... there was a big race on to discover the New World. The race was between Portugal and Spain. Portugal had explored to the south (Africa) and to the east (India). Spain, with Christopher Columbus had explored to the northwest (America). Rather than fighting each other to own the world, Spain and Portugal agreed to draw a line down the middle of the world, left side for the Spanish, right side for the Portugese and bugger everyone else! The line cut down around ...
The only reason I have put these two together is because we were starving and thirsty on our return from the walk.
Not much to say here except, this is a nice kitchen. It is well equipped and certainly a joy for someone to work in. There are three skylights in the ceiling so it is very bright. The equipment is overload. There is the gas stove top and oven, but also a microwave ...
... named Fabio.
Saturday was spent in Sintra. Sintra-Cascais National Park is a huge national park about a 45 minute train ride west of lisbon. It contains a large mountain range, which would be attraction enough for tourists. Beyond this however, It also is home several royal palaces and one castle stretching back to year 900.
This area has obviously been a favorite of the royalty for quite some time. Being so close to the major center ...