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We had reached the end of our InGamba trip. Bused back to Lisbon, and staying at Palacio Belmonte for a final night. Heart broken to learn that as we reached Lisbon, Bruno Castanheira, one of the soungiours , message man, bike support rider, all around guide, had been found at home on his couch ... Dead. Only 37, leaving behind a wife and 11 yr old …
Thanks to a recommendation from Joao from #InGamba, we are staying at Palacio Belmonte, a 15th century mansion that has been beautifully restored into 10 luxurious suites. We have just arrived and showed our suite ... Wow! Reminds us of home, in that the bedroom is up on the third floor, all by itself with a view so amazing. It is at the top of a …
... Eventually, it became something we just knew we had to do. Even before we returned home from the Camino Frances, I was already thinking about doing another route. There's just nothing like it. - We love to do long hikes to places like Machu Picchu and Patagonia, but this is really different.
2. For the physical challenge. It is quite an accomplishment to walk a journey of 400 miles and though really challenging both physically and mentally, it is enormously ...
... the door for 2pm.
The Art Gallery is excruciatingly boring; endless pots and vases and tea cups, silver plates, tedious religious daubings by the number and by the numbers but, amidst this mundanity, a Hieronymus Bosch triptych. The Temptation of St Anthony was bloody brilliant and worth the two hour wait on its own. Classic Bosch deranged dream stuff; giant fish, bonkers half animals, fires and flying wraiths and poor St Anthony looking confused because the man ...
... to the Orient by sailing west instead of east.
Buoyed by the success of Diaz, the king rejected what his advisers told him was a more risky quest by Columbus, and Columbus moved next door, chatting up the Catholic monarchs of Spain – Ferdinand and Isabel. Fresh from their final victory over the Moors at Granada, and desperate to gain ground on Portugal in the quest ...