Bussaco Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... try to figure out what to do next. The weather is overcast and was very rainy on Thursday but sunny and a warm 74 degrees on Friday. I took a walk along the parkway built along the River. Someone spent a lot of money creating a lovely green space with a nice pedestrian bridge and several education buildings. Unfortunately it looks like they ran out of money so things are not well maintained and ...
... not to go to Evora, 3 hours away but to stay in Coimbra. We transfer to the Ibis Hotel which is modern, has better beds, better parking, Internet in the room, English speaking TV and a small restaurant. It doesn't have the charm of the Astoria but is much more practical. It is raining hard and should continue all day so we don't mind staying in a bit. We will stay here another 4 nights. Hopefully that will give him a chance to ...
... choinoiserie. We notice there are 2 quires and ask the student docent. He says the upper gallery was for the king.
The 3rd building is the Ceremonial Hall. Originally it was the Throne Hall. Once the hall of royal business it is now where the University holds most of its official ceremonies including the investiture of the rector and the formal opening of the Academic year. PhD oral exams are still given here. The ...
... hotel on the River in a very nice part of town. We even have a lanai with a Juliette balcony to the river and since it’s off season it’s only 44 euros a night! Breakfast (included) is in the ballroom and there’s a large lounge with marble columns, floor to ceiling windows, several couches, chairs and tables on the main floor. Not a bad place to hang out while Allen’s back begins to ...
... for this was granted by the Pope in 1143. Before the Romans, a pre-celtic tribe called the "Conís" lived in the area. The word "briga" means "fortress", from the combination of these two words came the name Conímbriga, which later became Coimbra. Some 15 km from Coimbra, the Romans settled in the 1st century BC, they lived there peacefully until the year 468 AD. The romans didn't care too much about their own defense and ...