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... city and check out the castle. We walked thru the castle and took a bunch of pictures of the city and the river. The castle itself wasn't anything great but we walked around the whole thing. After we left we grabbed a snack at a restaurant close by. The Portuguese are known for their sweet snacks and this was another one of their most popular choices, the Nata, which is a round cupcake looking snack with the top cut off and filled with a creme. There are a ton ...
... to that water! I don't know how the locals do it.
On our final full day in Portugal, Dane and I had decided to do different things. We'd been getting in each other's tits lately and thought it might be nice to have a break. I treated myself to a haircut and jumped on a 40min train heading north to Sintra. It was a beautiful old village perched up on a hill filled with castles, cathedrals, narrow alley ways and art. There was an open air museum showcasing sculptures and ...
... sprawling feel to the city as we traverse the many different districts (bairros) and regions. Many of them still retain their own distinct identities as a result of the way they evolved on these individual hills and eventually integrated.
Like all modern European Capital cities there are elements of functionality as well as leisure and recreation. Lisbon is a busy port (not at the level of Rotterdam or Hamburg) and the usual assorted financial ...
... and move on to the next car where low and behold we had two seats waiting for us. It will be a special day when I ride a train and not get yelled at for something.
Now I have to admit I thought Portugal's country side was a bit dull to say the least. Now I am sure I did not go through the cool parts but I still found it to be quiet dull. I took some random shots of really nothing. So enjoy.
... Amber. The five of us made it up to the Moorish castle and Pena Palace, which were expected to be the highlights. The Moorish castle is a medieval castle situated on a large hill. It was started in the 8th century and completed in the 9th. Unfortunately when we got up there it was incredibly windy and had started to rain. I only went up one side of the wall but it was pretty neat to see the old walls and offered some ...