Vinha Da Quinta
Travel Blogs from Sintra
... shots!! Sean captured all on the camera though.
Out to a very local little restaurant - Sean had octopus on a skewer and I had black BBQ pork, very good, considering it only cost 21 euro including our wine.
Upon our return we were confronted by this very weird lady who had already put her face to our glass door as we were packing. She started speaking to me which I ignored then she tried French, I still looked at her ...
... br> To a greater degree than anywhere we’ve been, the people have been really helpful and really kind, as if they are using their whole self to interact with others because they don’t have money to lead with. And the best part is that it is so genuine. Really a warm and comfortable social atmosphere. Very noticeable. Nice………
In the mean time forgive me father for I have sinned. We took a tourist bus.
I know ...
... of our three stops. It is pretty interesting looking; I've seen it described as a fairy tale castle overlooking the land. But the best views of it were from afar. We took a walk on the grounds, which were very boring compared to Quina de Regaleira, and climbed a few hills to see the palace, but overall it wasn't too exciting.
Sintra was an awesome town, though, and one I'd recommend to anyone visiting Portugal.
... there. I would be demoted from queen to sous-chef of course and we would cook delicious feasts for hundreds in that huge kitchen! After the Palácio Nacional I took the steep walk up to the Quinta da Regaleira. I instantly connected to the beautiful trees and the energy they hold for us to enjoy. I opted to use an English guide for a tour through the Quinta da Regaleira. It was so worth while! I was joined by an American couple and together we made our ...
... a 1/2 day. It too was adorable... small, quaint and very lively. There were 2 or 3 beach communities all linked together and all very cute. If we had more time we would definitely spend a day there.
At the end of the day we followed through on our promise of "dream pills"... a candy store where you get to fill a bottle of "dream pills", with as much as you can STUFF in the bottle. The kids were sooo excited to pick out their own potions (candy).
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