Hotel Sintra Jardim
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... grounds were huge but we couldn't be bothered with hiking all the way up to the look outs further up so decided on the better option of walking down through the gardens to the next castle. The gardens were pretty and kind of reminded me of home a little, maybe cause we are on our way home I am just noticing a few wee things.
Moorish Castle - Completely different to the pena castle. The Moors (Medieval Muslims ...
... the Republic claimed it in 1910. It is an enormous park with multiple palaces/houses. Beautiful views from high on a mountain next to a Moorish Castle. Trained back to Lisboa, then dinner with the 2 (from villa group) who have been in Porto for 2 days. A Portuguese restaurant recommended by a friend of Jan's sister Anne (also travelling with us). Tomorrow night we train to Madrid ... a slow day in Lisbon and maybe buy a belt and wallet for ...
... Quinta da Regaleira. It was huge garden built by a rich guy who doesn't know how to better spend his money. The garden was even more impressive than Pena's. It had a beautiful mansion with impressively detailed carving on every facets. It had a waterfall, multiple beautifully carved fountains. And it had multiple tunnels and a breathtaking 27m well (with a stairwell spiraling around it) that is supposed to display mythological symbolism. We left Sintra ...
... Am I lost? Yes, I am. We are in a secluded paradise... And we have it all to ourselves. I am lost in paradise. To my right is an enormous castle and to my left is the view of the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful land of Portugal. I snap back into my senses and realize this is all real. I am not dreaming!! But how could this be?!
One step forward onto the rock in front of me... Keeping a good balance, I pull out my camera to snap a picture of the cave I am about ...
... to investigate more as I had to get back to Lisbon to catch a bus to Barcelona. And the bad weather was coming in, so I didn’t have time to climb another hill to get to the top of the Palace of Pena that was on the next hill.
On my way back to the train station I stumbled on a little café in the park called Paradise, I had another of the magnificent custard tarts and the most delicious bruschetta, there was no ...