3k Barcelona Hotel
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... Manueline architecture is distinctly Portuguese, decorated with ornate ropes of braided stone and twisting interlocking spires. The cloister is a study of symmetry and solitude.
Between the monastery and the tower stands the Monument to the Discoverers. We gathered here for our guide, Sofia, to trace the development of Portugal's expansion on the beautiful floor map. Looking down ...
Day 1 at the cottage It would be an ideal 'big brother' task. Dump a mismatched group into a seemingly idyllic Portuguese cottage and watch with amusement as they slowly discover on closer inspection how dirty it really is, that mice have already occupied one of the beds, that the kitchen is far too unsavoury to cook in! Add to that the very real feeling that the place is haunted and you'd have a great TV show! As it was Ol and I retreated to the ...
... Enrique I. After the crusaders sieged Lisbon, Portugal officially set its boundaries and Lisbon was named the capital of Portugal. The way that the moors built the streets was a unique part of my visit. When we wanted to find a place to eat we would wander through the winding streets not really sure where we were going and not paying attention to the hills and turns. When it was time to find our way back to ...
... benches. Everyone joined it! The LP described in perfectly … A Baiuca, on a good night, walking into here is like gate crashing a family party! It’s a special place, where locals take a turn, and spectators hiss if anyone dares speak during the singing! It was a great night, and I think it’s the first time on the trip I can honestly say I felt completely and utterly relaxed and totally in the moment! Finally I’m in true holiday mode!
... of the Catholics in the late middle ages. Over a period of 2000 years, in terms of architectural development not much had changed. Compare that with the period of 400 years or so after the middle ages and how different our buildings are now. It made me appreciate the speed of recent development.
We walked down to the commercial plaza and ate our kebabs while gossiping about all kinds of things while overlooking once again the ocean. ...