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... here are much nicer than the younger people because they're more accepting to giving directions (which is weird). But the little old ladies are so cute. We basically learned that Évora is super small and that if we just walked straight we'd arrive at our first site; o Templo de Diana (Temple of Diana). The Templo de Diana is a well preserved roman temple named after the roman goddess of the moon, hunt and chastity. It stands in the center ...
... and adopts any utterly antagonistic view from everyone else, on everything. Its commendable and astonishing. His parents allow him to construct enterprising killing devices, flooding, smashing with a hammer and burying for the ants. If he has one area to vent his power and innate human desire to kill and destroy he will develop respect and empathy naturally. In fact he is already gentle and calm with the neighbours sickly goats who stick their heads through the fence to ...
... lanes and old buildings but where is the charm?
Google Maps did great leading us through the labyrinth to a narrow back-allies to the front of the tall and modern Best Western Santa Clara hotel. It is a more deluxe hotel than we expected and they have parking on the street a hundred meters away on foot. One-way streets made driving back to the parking spots an ordeal.
We decided to save exploring the Evora for ...
... home the left overs because we didn't have a microwave. After dinner I was "forced" into ordering an after dinner beverage, of which I chose mosctel. Very intersting liquor with a peach and nutty flavor! I surprising really enjoyed it and hope to bring back a bottle to share in the US! - Ali
What a day it was for me. As Mike already shared, my stomach is not used to the copious amounts of wine and port we have been drinking everyday. I may have broken a ...
... of wood. It must have put off some heat as a dog was curled up underneath it the next day (it was still burning), but mostly it seems to give off tons of smoke. Along streets running into the square was lots of shopping and we walked past these stores and paid a little more attention to the stores on Rue 5 de Outubro which had lots of cork craftwork and some pottery.
Next we walked to the aqueducts. These were built between ...