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... valuable collection of religious art in Portugal. The first chapel was built on this site in 1553. John V in the 18th century donated treasures from the Chapel of Saint John the Baptist which constitutes Italian metal works and textiles from the 18th century.
The museum which first opened to the public in 1905 gathers one of the most complete collections of "sacred" art at a national level combining ...
... quaint, pretty and covers all basis of old and new. the cultural aspect with history, arts, and food is rich and evident everywhere. The culture of people is so diverse and the tourist population is very high, especially at this time of the year.
We went to the Castel de St Jorge today and it was amazing to see such a huge, solid and old (900 years) building still standing at the top of the hill commanding such ...
... and move on to the next car where low and behold we had two seats waiting for us. It will be a special day when I ride a train and not get yelled at for something.
Now I have to admit I thought Portugal's country side was a bit dull to say the least. Now I am sure I did not go through the cool parts but I still found it to be quiet dull. I took some random shots of really nothing. So enjoy.
... churches - built in the 16th century. It's elaborately painted ceiling is perfectly flat but painted to look domed. Notice we're back to fancy churches with gold and paintings. We also wandered by the National Guard headquarters with the decked out guards on duty, and Convento do Carmo, a convent destroyed in the 1755 earthquake that leveled two-thirds of Lisbon but with left its Gothic arches still ...
The days have settled into a rhythm now – usually gym, spa, swim, breakfast and then tour or relax. We are meeting some delightful people on this cruise. Its interesting the difference from the passengers on our first cruise. More friendly, sassier dressers – more colour, more bling and more jewelry. They like dancing and walking - are participators not spectators. We met 2 delightful girls in the spa from Siberia yesterday. They couldn't speak a word of English ...