Holiday Inn Express Lisbon Oeiras
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We had to check out of our Sintra place by 11 and our bus wasn't til 12:38, so we went and sat on the promenade at the beach. We had been hoping since we arrived to see the big beach tractor take out or bring in a fishing boat. We were lucky that there was lots of action on the beach when we were there this morning - the big tractor towed then …
... spent the entire time looking for a pill box. In the end, she bought one of solid silver. We put bet back on the bus to the ship and we continued to explore on our own. We had lunch at the Hard Rock Café and used the Metro system to get around. We also went to the post office to send some postcards. By mid afternoon, the rain had come in and we decided to return to the vessel. ...
... an iron will, the marquess rebuilt southern Portugal and reorganized the country.
Following a break for lunch in the bustling area around Rossio Square, we boarded our bus for part two of the walk in the monuments district west of town. The golden years of Portugal are immortalized here in three ways: the Belém Tower, the Monument to the Discoverers, and the Jerónimos Monastery. The ...
... which has been renovated and this part of it looks ultra-modern. Tomorrow we take a train to a fairy-tale town... And our train leaves just a few steps from our room!
While exploring the castle today, we chatted with The Girls' teachers from home. We've seen them twice in Lisbon.
... the ruins are really just the fortress walls, which we climbed around the walls quite efficiently given the amount we planned on packing into our day. The high vantage point offered amazing views and absolutely no OHS.. What a surprise ;)
We then walked around to Palacio Pena, the National Palace of Sintra. A romanticist palace perched above the city within a forested park, mixing Moorish and ...