Albergaria do Calvario
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here are very aggressive and you can't really scare them off (My Tia Madalena would hate them haha). Anyways it's so calming to sit by the water fountain and view the sculpture.
We arrived in Évora around 9:30am because we missed the 7am bus so we took the 8am from Lisboa which wasn't too bad. We tried catching the 7am by running through the metro because the metro in Zoológica Jardim is really huge, but at least we got our ...
... abundantly in the garden outside the front door. Breakfast was legendary, eaten after 2hrs work, planting aromatics and windbreak bushes in the orchard, or tying up slumped tomato plants to reduce the humidity and prevent rot. German dietician, Woodvig, created a cereal combination, of bought muesli with extra bran and cracked wheat and powdered yeast extract soaked with rice milk blended with fresh strawberries, walnuts, banana, linseed seed and oil and lemon juice, to alkali ...
... day was lovely and the place was very peaceful. We thought about how work much work it to place these stones.
We also visit the Dolmen of Zambujeiro. It is the largest dolmen in Portugal. The entrance is 46 feet long leading to a chamber built of enormous stones (or at least that is what the sign said). Unfortunately, the entrance was blocked. The outside of the structure was very impressive. This in an isolated location and we think the entrance was blocked ...
... else we saw, it was just an ordinary aqueduct, notable merely for historical reasons. Top Choice really? And we could not even get access to the top for scenic walk.
It was 3:30 pm. And by this time I was a bit *****y. I was hot and sticky and tired. But by the time we drove out of town towards the next sights on our agenda I largely got over it.
Before Stonehenge, There was Cromeleque ...
... the walls of the city and looked in the Cathedral. While inside I sat down at a pew and read my bible (since I have much more free time I decided to read the bible cover to cover during my trip) and before I knew it the priest walked in and started the service. I was a few pews away from him and it was already too late for me to walk away so I took part in worship. I never worshiped in a catholic ...