Senhora da Guia
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... the pictures will show the beauty.
We walked around, through and in the castle. It looked a lot like a disney castle...it had everything from portugese tiles to moorish domes...Diogo said the style is romanticism...includes the original 1503 monastery, influences of Manuel, moorish and gothic architecture.
The views were stupendous, the park, I think is over 85 acres (maybe hectares)and has many hiking trails, fountains, ...
... over all Lisbon, then down again. Walked through the older part of town. Students doing some sort of sit-in in the main pedestrian area, and others doing a "chant-in" on a corner, all dressed in black formal dress. Since the earthquake in the 1800s, all buildings were rebuilt on a square pattern, same shape and height, and all earthquake resistant. Came to the river bank, to Terreiro do Paco (Palace Square ) and walked through even older areas of docklands to the ...
... good as Turkey perhaps.
Made it to the top of the arch tower which faces the entrance to the river. Best views south of the Alps.
Next stop the cathedral which had a nativity scene rivalling St Brigid's Marrickville but without the train set. We had planned on going to Fatima on a day trip today but it was a step too far and we weren't up to it. The cathedral had to do. We managed to see an archaeological ...
... for about 20 minutes. It was a charming town. We tried the pillows of Sintra pastry. It was great. Then we went to a seafood restaurant with a beautiful view of the ocean. The lunch was delicious. Then we went back to our hotel for a relaxing afternoon. We skipped ...
... in front of the Oriente train station, Bee and I were kinda shocked. Looking back, now I understand why he kissed the ground both times - he was thanking God for the blessing and loving life and the opportunity to experience so much beauty.
I wish I would have done the same.
But for now, I leave you with all my memories and the photos of the most magical country I've visited till this day, Portugal.
Beijos de Portugal.