Castelo de S Jorge
On the first really nice day, I walked to the castle, which is most worth going up because of the view. The line meandering at the entrance was a little daunting, but it was moving fast. The castle is open, with only a café and a museum inside. Inside, it resembles the Maltese San Anton Garden a bit: you can walk on similar fragmented stone slabs. There are fewer flowers, but more peacocks.
The place I came here bears the incomprehensible name of “Miradouro da Boca do Inferno”, which can be translated as “Lookout from the Mouth of Hell.” One only wonders about this because it is one of the most beautiful places in the world.