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... s 270,000 people were killed, as many Sunday mass worshipers were crushed under the stone of crumbling churches and cathedrals. Under the dictatorship of Marques de Pombal (a lesser noble), the rebuilding of Lisbon began one month after the earthquake. Much of what Lisbon looks like today was based on the model designed by military engineers: a grid pattern of buildings the same height, some tile work and minimal decorative elements. They were ...
... around 1470 that is considered among the top works of Portuguese art.
A second is Hieronymus Bosch’s “Triptych of the Temptations
of Saint Anthony Abbot”, one of Bosch’s surrealistic depictions of bizarre and
ghastly figures and scenes. The nice thing about the museum is that it was so
uncrowded and I could spend a lot of time with particular paintings of interest
like this one and take many detailed pictures.
... this group we noticed were all wearing bright lime green scarves and were having to line up in pairs and walk through under the raised arms of the 2 guides. I guess they were counting them. It looked so funny. Hopefully our guide didn't see it & get any ideas! We got back to the hotel at 7.00 and told to enjoy the rest of the afternoon. 24/102014 Friday This morning everyone was growled at by Ara. People have been late getting back to the bus or getting to the ...
... long flights of stairs up, we were on a little street, and popped into a convenience store where I got my Big Milk bar. Um, yum! I don't know where Steve went, but I stayed and chatted with the two sweet older women in Portuguese for a while. It was the cultural experience I was hoping for and heaven.
On Day 3, the city workers decided to go on strike and the city was all but shut down. So, we hopped a train and went to Sintra for the day. We had planned to go ...
Beja is a big town with reasonable camping facilities and so arriving on a Thursday we decided to stay for the Easter break. Unfortunately unlike the other towns we'd bypassed Beja was dead. With no fancy decorations declaring Feliz Pascoa! (happy Easter), no street lights, no shops full of fancy cakes and elaborate sweeties, we found ourselves in '’the town that Easter forgot’’. Easter Sunday was wet and miserable and just as were settling down to ...