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... turrets. On this visit some of the coloured walls were undergoing renovation and were covered so it wasn't quite so beautiful. However the description of the palace as the finest example of 19th century Portuguese Romanticism is certainly not wrong, and it is certainly deserving of its World Heritage Listing, as is all of Sintra. This visit I think the building and grounds of the Quinta da Regaleira captured my heart. This was summer residence built by a VERY ...
We have safely arrived in Lisbon, our home for the next 4 days. Flight from Seattle to London was on time. It was on our favorite plane, the good, old 747. It is unfortunate that these planes are being phased out of the fleet as newer, more efficient planes can do the job with 2 rather than 4 engines-amazing statement for technology. Also we have noted that the good, old days of flying are gone. Gone are the hot roasted mixed nut cups as appetizers, replaced by a ...
battlements, looming over Lisbon’s historic central district. After
walking around on the castle walls and admiring the fantastic view
across the expansive bay of the Rio Tejo river, I walked down the
hill to the impressive National Pantheon, in which several important
Portugese are buried. I returned through the notorious, historic
Afalma area to the city centre, past the main square and up to the St
Roque’s Church, an ...
Lisbon or Lisboa is a beautiful city built on hills, it would be handy to have the skills of a goat here. As a result there are all kinds of funiculars, elevators and stairs to negotiate to travel around town. They, like San Francisco, have kept old trolley cars. The difference is that the trolleys are still very needed by the citizens and not just the tourists. I would venture to say that the No. 28 Trolley may be the most photographed object in Lisbon.
... very beautiful and like most churches over here rather dark inside. da Gama is buried there as well as his king and queen of the time, whose names I forget. We also got to walk through the Cloisters of the original monks and they are amazing. Very bright and alive and you can almost here the monks singing.
Had a quite dinner at one of the local cafes to complete the night.