Torre Praia Hotel
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Summary of today's ride. 85.8 k, 3:43:58, avg speed 22.99k. Max speed, 60.1. Calories burned 2921. Total climbs 1101 meters. Half the group decided to take the "shorter ride" starting 40k down the road. Overall it was a good ride, one challenging hill, about 6k long, average grade about 6%. Had one fun stop at a middle of the no where cafe, our timing was perfect. As we enjoyed ...
This morning we had a tour of Coimbra as it was too late to do a tour the night of arrival. We got to do a walk through beautiful cobbled streets with amazing shops, I got to buy a really nice outfit. We really loved this place. Next stop was a visit to Batalha with a visit to the sited Monastery, it was really beautiful, there aren't any Monks today so the monasteries are used for church these days. We then drove to Fatima for lunch, there we witnessed pilgrims ...
... in the airport and Nim and deejay departed for the Picasso Museum. It took us a while to get there and we had to wait in line quite a bit but once in it was quite enjoyable. It was a very faithful progression through all of his work chronologically until his transition into cubism, as most of his works from that period were done and are held in Paris. The room for his Blue Period was one of ...
... drink to quench our thirst, but ended up in some lively gay bar. We made friends with a Spanish guy who claimed to be working as an assistant director on Game of Thrones (Stoneheart is happening don't tell anyone) and me and mike made friends with the owner. Michael got a self-esteem boost after being kissed and hit on by several men. We went home to find the others already returned and post-coke, smoked a joint and went to bed. I love you, ...
... at some little place. Maybe this was the day we tried to go to the Picasso Museum, only to find it closed, and got 1 euro beers from some tiny bar on the way home. According to your journal, which you have informed me is not entirely reliable (at least you kept it; remember history is written by the victors or something) we made burritos that night which were delicious. After that we went for a wander in search of marijuana. Eventually we found a guy who, somehow, communicated ...