Hotel Tivoli Palacio de Seteais
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
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... them. Very authentic with the chocolate cups. Unlike the plastic cups that you get mostly in Lisbon. I also enjoyed the 2€ freshly pressed orange juices. Wish they had those machines in Singapore. It is just a great way of extracting orange juice without having to peel the fruit. Returned to Lisbon and still had time to walk around the square and also visited the famous sardine shop. Mind boggling array of canned sardines. Bought ribs and tins of them. Make great snacks and ...
Cooked eggs ++ for the five of us, then off to Pena Palace. Lined up in two lines at the train station; Sonja in one 'in case', and Bill and Alan in another to try to crack the auto machine. Managed to buy 7 return tickets for 1, rather than 1 return ticket for 7. Sonja's line position then required to convert the ticket what we wanted. Line was 50m long, but by the time the machine had been incorrectly used, Sonja's position invaluable at ...
... is that it is situated at the highest point of Sintra, providing a spectacular view point for tens of kilometers away. Pena Palace was Tina's favourite place today. There were cobble stoned inclined park pathways with immaculate horticulture and the main attraction was indoors. The colorful palace had castle features from castles around the world. It is kind of like the castle from Magic Kingdom crossed with the Epcot Center. We felt like we were at ...
... of erstwhile Portuguese Empire we drove back to Cascais to freshen up and grab some dinner. Dinner: After some deliberations we picked A PARREIRINHA for our dinner. We had excellent Portuguese food, service and the best Sangria. We downed almost 2 liters of that nice tasting drink. Tipsy and full we crawled back to our room, just down the ...
... I really like some of the china that was left.
Back in Sintra, we opted for ease of meal, and ate at Pizza hut. I got to use my basic Portuguese skills, in verifying our order with our waitress, as she wasn't entirely sure who was getting what. Be warned, if you are vegetarian, be prepared to pay more for your food, as most specials include meat or fish. I also tried their lemonade type soft drink, Sumol.