Hotel Tivoli Palacio de Seteais
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... out the other palaces on our way down but LL was getting a little "hangry" (it was 4:00 pm, as she reminded me) so we decided to head into Lisbon. We trekked back down the hill thinking it will take us an hour or more to get to the airport to drop off the car. Thankfully, we were sadly mistaken, we were able to drive down the back side of the mountain and we were there in around 30 minutes....... Here we come ...
... surprises. It was a fantasy park for adults with secret childhood memories.
The reward for more adventurous travelers were always a high vista point with unique gardens, valleys and views of the main house. The grounds including trees, shrubs, and water feathers were being actively maintained along your journey. The artisans we pairing stone mosaics and plant life were always willing to demonstrate their techniques.
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... is about 30 minutes from Lisbon and appears frozen in time with old stone walls, castles and palaces everywhere. We weren't really looking and saw 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites on our short walk from parking the truck to Quinta da Regaleira. We had intended to also visit Sintra National Palace and Pena Palace while in Sintra, but we had so much fun exploring Quinta da Regaleira we never made it to the ...
When I began considering a trip to Portugal around a year ago while I was still traveling in Asia, I bought a Lonely Planet guide and started figuring out the logistics of getting to significant sights in the country. I soon figured out that for many smaller places the public transportation connections are indirect and infrequent. I determined if I wanted to get out of the major cities and places nearby served by urban transit networks I'd be best off renting a car. Once I made ...
Nobody else wanted to go to Sintra today. So Kelvin and I went there hand in hand and very glad we did it. Sintra is amazingly convenient. It is just a train ride away from Lisbon yet totally different because. Much more touristy actually. The way to Sintra by train was actually quite interesting. Felt like a ride on their MRT. Moving pass "heartland" stations and neighborhood. Even so, there permeates an air of artistry. The stations are decorated with mosaics or murals with a ...