Monte Da Lua

Av. Miguel Bombarda 51, Sintra, Estremadura, 2710, Portugal | Inn
Prices starting from $79.00
 

Travel Blogs from Sintra

Sunday, a day of rest

A travel blog entry by jlimina

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... a little in and out today. Considering where we are I am amazed how good it has been. I feel very fortunate to hear from everyone via email, see photos of, and FaceTime with my grandchildren! We have not lost any power yet either, which we were told may happen. Touch wood, or maybe not. It would return soon enough, we would just have to sit back and read or sleep.

Tomorrow morning we will pick up Mike and Debbie Provan at the airport. We ...

Dia dois - The Palaces

A travel blog entry by packedbags

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... castles spread across different hills. Now the touristy stuff: I. We started off with the Palacio Nacional de Sintra which is now converted into a beautiful museum. It had predominantly furniture made out of rose wood and all the rooms used by the Royal family were left intact. The rooms included a huge meeting room, kitchen, chapel etc. ...

A princess' dream

A travel blog entry by curious1

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... point, we were quite hungry (I brought snacks, so I was ok), but the cafés did not have much of a selection. I got a hot chocolate, to try and warm me up a bit, but even that was lukewarm. As we walked up to the Palace, you could start to see the shape coming out of the fog. It is beautiful, with lots of colour, oranges, reds, pinks. The archways are really nice, and the inside is also stunning. Very royal. Along the lines ...

A last day in Portugal...

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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We finished off our time in Portugal by driving down the coast (well, we actually meant to be on the freeway, but got sidetracked once again!) to visit the very touristy town of Sintra, just north of Lisbon. The beaches along the coast are terrific...long, sandy stretches with surfable waves crashing on shore. No doubt a surfer's paradise, as we saw lots of people attempting to ride the curls!

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Sintra

A travel blog entry by whatsnext

... the sky briter, the buildings in perfect harmony with nature and mankind walking on the streets in flip-flups, shorts and t-shirts imprinted with funny slogans, all resembling to God or to descendents of Byron and Wild. Of course, there are also Portuguse among the mankind population of Sintra, the older local women, all dressed in black, sitting on the bancks placed on the sidewalks along the streets. As Saramago said, if they could remember who they are...The ...

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This inn, located on Av. Miguel Bombarda 51, Sintra, is near Monte Palace Tropical Garden, Queluz Palace, Sacred Art Museum (Museu de Arte Sacra), and Iberian Wolf Recovery Centre.
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