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... in 1910. It is now part of a National Park, and a very popular attraction in Sintra. It was still raining when we left the palace so our open horse-drawn carriage ride through Sintra was cancelled and instead we visited another palace, now Tivoli Palacio de Seteais, a very posh hotel for a very elegant afternoon tea and more pastries. Our final stop of the day was at a small restaurant in Sintra for a traditional dinner and a demonstration and discussion of ...
... from a little window fronted shop and said it was the best one euro he'd spent. He was very cheery afterwards. It is quite funny because we have noticed that one group of people are always late coming back to the bus. The guide was standing next to us in the bus & when they came back the last time late she made a funny noise & mimed cutting her throat., it was really very funny. We are gradually getting to know people but it is a bit slow when you ...
... Pena Palace, and wouldn't you know it, it was undergoing renovations, and half of it was covered in scaffolding and unaccessable. We seem to be running across this often, the Santa Justa lift in Lisbon was covered in mesh and scaffolding when we went there yesterday. The palace was once the convent of the Holy Virgin, built in 1503, but renovated extensively since then, and the architecture is quite whimsical and ...
... but I really really like her now. Eventually we got on our train and settled in. I have no memory of the train rides but I know we swapped somewhere and got something to eat (???) at some point. We arrived in Barcelona five hours after leaving Toulouse. We got the metro to Hospital Clinic and walked shortly to our apartment. We were staying right in the middle of the Exaample, an urban planning project by some famous Catalan architect (not Gaudi) to ...
... sipped on a cappuccino and on a glass of red wine. Under the shade of their umbrella, the blonde girls played on their phones while sharing an Orange Fanta Soda.
I don't even know what time it is. I don't need to know. "Alors, c'est bien, Lisbonne" (So, it's great, Lisbon is) says a French man to his troupe of tourist friends. I can't imagine a better place to eavesdrop and people watch. Then, I hear "Nos vemos alli abajo, vale?" (We'll see each other ...