Almedina Coimbra Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I need to tidy this up and put a full stop at the end since I have already been back 5 days and resumed my more normal life. Istanbul and the North Cape both seem so far away and yet that much nearer than they were before. My Istanbul cold has left me with a touch of bronchitis which is rather debilitating but I still feel mentally energised by ...
... but really nick.........so made if down n staying the night at a vineyard Ko. Lovely old building, only ones here, owners German shepherds are huge. So wine tasting after dinner. Area is know for its port, didn,t know there was so many different types. Next morning headed to the northern beaches. Got lost on our gps as there are 2 towns with the same name....grrrrr......anyway we enjoyed seeing the different area. Ended up viana do castelo. Ugh...disgusting, went to ...
... that now just in case.
Our Morocco trip starts on Nov. 26. We really don’t expect to be able to go but we did sign up for a 5 day pre-trip extension. We’ll wait and see. Maybe we can just join the group for the main part of the trip starting on Dec 1. Coming home is an option but not an easy one as we have no house or car when we get there and the flight would be ...
We have a long sleepless night. Allen is sure there is something more going on than just his back. The pain in his left thigh is excruciating and spasms whenever he sits up or stands. We return to the hospital. The Doctor thinks he has a small tear in his thigh muscle in addition to the back pain. The pills for one are good for the other. We are told he should stay off it, rest for a few days and ice the thigh 3 times a day. ...
... is a statue of King John III which looks a lot like Henry VIII. There is a large bell tower in the corner which rings to call students to class.
We start with King John’s Library built by John V in 1717. It’s a timed entry carefully monitored to control humidity. The 6 foot thick stone walls provide a perfect atmosphere to preserve the books. The portal is a huge wooden door surrounded by a marble “triumphant ...