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Finally, I reach a path that leads into the forest. Dare I? I ask a couple of people if I could get to Sintra this way, they seem to imply that yes... but it's complicated...
I decide to go for it, plunging into the forest along a path that seems to stray farther and farther from where I want to go... Finally I find another path that it seems gets me back on track. Finally across a stretch of broken rock is the gleaming, modern town of Rio do Moro
... simply connects one street to one much higher with a walkway to the shops. It has a several story spiral staircase to the rooftop with wonderful views. After the Elevador, we meandered through the streets looking for something to eat. No one wanted a big meal so we had what we decided to call a Strolling Dinner. We decided to try a national delicacy...codfish cakes called Pastel de Bacalhau. They look like fish croquettes without the cream sauce and are the size of a ...
... us of a free concert in our neighbourhood by one of the best known performers. We went and it was perfect- beautiful night, a small, mostly local crowd, good music. Unlike flamenco, fado seems to have remained relevant and to have a solid niche following, sort of like bluegrass or Irish folk music in the States. For whatever reason, Sam seemed to be energized by the concert scene. He said he was "on fire" and seemed ready to go ...
... suffer from vertigo; and a battalion of peacocks which tried to storm the museum at opening time.
Our stroll around the warren-like area of Alfama was five minutes the right side of the relaxing/where the hell are we divide, and we stopped for some coffee and obligatory 'pastels’ outside the Cathedral. It was truly amazing how much mess KK made on the table for such a small little cake.
KK: “What’s the opposite of breathtaking?” I ...
... It’s also convenient to go here first because it’s right in the city center! When you look out the window you can see the Castelo dos Mouros (Moorish Castle) at the top of the mountain (by the way Sintra is located on mountain that’s very hilly).
Next we took the bus to Monserrate which was located 20 minutes from the center. Monserrate had to be my favorite because when you first enter the grounds you have ...