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... a tourist attraction! Unfortunately no big waves today but a lovely place! Driving via some scenic coastal towns we stopped at the walled medieval village of Obidas. This was a charming tourist town with lots of craft shops and an interesting little tavern where we enjoyed a half bottle of local white wine. We walked around the wall and all through the town and I bought a cork necklace there. Really ...
Such a wonderful, spiritual day. Fatima is amazing, we had mass got some lovely medals and of course She got the T Shirt. On 13 May 1917, Our lady appeared to 3 shepherd children she told them to be at the same place on the 13th of the month for the next five months where she appeared to them again, now Fatima is a place of pilgrimage and thousands visit every year, check google Freddy is tired. We love it here, our hotel is perfect and our washing is being done ...
... King a nod his love Ines were very poignant...quite a love story....the cloisters were sunlit and very peaceful and there were very few people at all.. We even saw a high tenor and his accompanist on a n organ do a short Renaissance song in one of the smaller chapels....great acoustics. The monastery was quite impressive and spiritual. We were too early for dinner when we finished the tour so we drove on to Batalha and quickly toured the church and monastery ...
We left Lisbon early by cab to the airport and eventually picked up a Nissan Pulsar a bigger car than we had reserved but the Audi we originally received was so small we could not fir more than 1 bag in the trunk area. The Pulsar is white and a diesel and very comfy. We first missed the connection out of the airport to the 1 Norte expressway and ended up going across a huge bridge to the south side of the Tejo River. So we had to backtrack to ...
... by early Celt tribes, that was later a centre of trade for the Phoenicians.