SINTRA


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SINTRASindicato Nacional dos Tradutores (Brazilian national, professional society of translators)
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Aside from the coach parties, which ambush Sintra at weekends and take the palace tours, the majority of people who come do so for the energetic but beautiful walks through lush gardens and wild countryside, each walk linking palace to palace.
Vauxhall stopped selling the Sintra in the late 90s after less than 10,000 were bought.
Alternatively, you can take an open-topped tourist bus which calls at Sintra, Estoril and Cascais costing about pounds 12 for the round-trip.
One of my favourites is Sintra, overlooked by a huge Moorish castle and housing two summer palaces of the Portuguese royal family.
The Sintra lacks the dynamic appeal of the Ford Galaxy-VW Sharan-Seat Alhambra family but promises solid service over many miles.
The PCIJ report said that Imee is one of the beneficiaries of Sintra Trust, which formed in June 2002 in the BVI, as shown by documents uncovered in a yearlong investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
from Lisbon pounds 359.00 for 6 days & the Treasures of Portugal Flying from Liverpool John Lennon September & October 2010 A marvellous chance to enjoy one of Europe's most favoured corners, based in famous Estoril, and including visits to Lisbon, Cascais and fabled Sintra.
CARDIFF City's squad switched from Sintra, near Lisbon, to the Algarve yesterday.
But back at the Czech Republic's tournament base in Sintra, just a pounds 15 cab fare away from the England hotel, Baros reflected on the fact that the Spanish boss was not interested in the competition's top scorer.
This has occurred most noticeably north-west of the city where it has not only crushed the once bucolic horizons of Queluz (the exquisite Rococo summer palace of the Portuguese court), but now encroaches on the Sierra de Sintra itself.
The European Commission adopted a Communication on April 23 in which it recommends to the Council of Ministers that the EU should approve the new Annex to the OSPAR Convention for the protection of the maritime environment in the North-East Atlantic, as well as to the decisions adopted at the forthcoming meeting of the OSPAR Committee (the decision-making body of the Convention) which will take place in Sintra, Portugal.