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... describe a typical Alentejo farming estate, the emphasis is more on "estate" than typical farming". I'm not sure how long the estate has been in the family, but the vineyard and the winery started in 1997. It has grown into a very large commercial production. Although it had been raining earlier it cleared in time for us to walk through two of the vineyards to the winery. After touring the winery, we had ...
We had another day in Caceres doing washing and just relaxing, which we seem to need! Then travelled along the back roads to Evora in Portugal. Another UNESCO world heritage site and for good reason. Spent the day walking inside the medieval stone wall in the old city. Low white washed buildings in tiny narrow cobbled streets with the occasional small door showing that there is a 5 star hotel behind. Lots of plazas ...
... 30. So now I am on my way to the Algarve, southern coast, and hoping to find some warmth. I'll check into the hostel where I was before and hopefully I will be the only one in my dorm. Yesterday was sunny, but today it is grey and cool again. I am loving the cars here, mostly models you never see in the states. There is even a four door Smart car. Enjoy the few photos of the farm. Adventure ...
The lovely altar inside the Capela dos Ossos in Evora, Portugal, about 50 miles east of the seaside capitol of Lisbon, Portugal.
We're getting a little closer for the reason for this little known and little remarked chapel among thousands of places of worship in Europe. I was here 45 years ago. As our trip has focused on a large number of sites not normally on the basic tourists' itinerary, I wanted ...
... old city walls and classic churches. An olive press museum and the Moorish quarter seemed unique and we stopped to find them. We parked in a newer area of town and walked through the cobblestone lane of the Moorish quarter where the well tended white homes are decorated with blue or mustard trim and flower pots in front. We got to the city hall and castle ground just before everything closed for lunch. Most of the castle was destroyed by ...