Hotel Tivoli Palacio de Seteais
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... more, I follow an alley going west that thats winds down the mountainside with walled in estates on both sides. No side streets anywhere, and when I finally reach the bottom and the main road, I figure I must be halfway to the ocean, so I figure I might as well keep going...
Hiking from Sintra all the way to Lisbon? definitely not happening today.
1437. Hiking to the Sea (Por 031)
San Martinho, January 4, 2013, Day 178
2 hrs, 3.0 kms
Turns out I'm in ...
... Piriquita Cafe. The service was blah but it was here that we had our first introduction to a Portuguese specialty -- bacalhau. Bacalhau is dried and salted cod and although it doesn't sound too yummy, it holds a special place in the hearts of the Portuguese. Here we had it in a crepe and it was simply delicious!
After lunch we strolled down to the gorgeous National Palace. We saw this from above at the Moorish Castle -- the 2 white chimneys ...
... and centered it in front to take a nice picture (Ellie said there was a camera watching us, but I didn’t see it LOL). After our photo shoot inside we walked outside to find brick walls that had vines wrapped alongside them and it looked very Mediterranean. A couple photos later we were off to the Moorish Castle.
The Castelo dos Mouros (Moorish Castle) is the second best place in Sintra. You should take the bus up the ...
... Ferdinand in the 19th century. A flamboyant guy, he built a fantasy castle combining elements of German, Portugese, Gothic, Renaissance, Moorish and Manueline styles. We toured the inside - quite the fancy stuff for the day. The Castelo sits below the Palace. It was built by the Moors, but was taken by Christian forces in 1147. We walked along the ramparts and enjoyed the beautiful views of Sintra and the surrounding valley. Side note: Everywhere we've eaten in ...
... br> Outside is the Refugio Cafe, the local coffee bar where plastic tables and chairs teeter on the uneven ground. Smokers are outside enjoying frosty bottles of beer, men and women talking at a level that rivals a rock concert. Everyone seems excited. Inside lots of people are drinking beverages of choice and with a slap on a back or two return to their afternoon duties. We are going to climb back up the hill.
There are many huge ...