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... and we opted for the comfort of the shuttle bus.
The narrow road winding up the top of the mountain to Pena Palace and Castela do Mouros was not built for the heavy vehicle traffic. Hairpin curves could not be made by the buses without backing up a few times. But without incident, we made it to our second sight, Castela do Mouros.
A narrow 2 kilometer stone path lead us through a spectacular ...
... in front of the Oriente train station, Bee and I were kinda shocked. Looking back, now I understand why he kissed the ground both times - he was thanking God for the blessing and loving life and the opportunity to experience so much beauty.
I wish I would have done the same.
But for now, I leave you with all my memories and the photos of the most magical country I've visited till this day, Portugal.
Beijos de Portugal.
... padding: 0px; border: 0px; line-height: inherit; list-style: none; clear: none;">Some of the rooms within are museums of the Royals with furniture and art of their time.
... and we would not have enough time to really look around. Alas, it was time to catch the train back to Lisbon. John and I were so tired that we both passed out on the ride... thank goodness we woke up just in time.
We had our other sandwiches for dinner and met Eduardo back at his place. He gave a new beer to try as well as three different cheeses, a Quince fruit that had been boiled in sugar water and some honey that came from his family. He was very nice ...
Set of nice and early for the airport which was just as well as I had no idea which terminal we were going from. So much for being The Planner. Uneventful flight to Lisbon and a really easy Metro ride to within walking distance of our hotel. Thankfully the really heavy bag has gone on ahead to Miami and we are just travelling with a change of clothes. The hotel is a little ...