Casa de Terena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... moon at its zenith. The only other latitude that permits such viewing is the one at Stonehenge. It was late afternoon by the time that we arrived at our Pousada in Evora, a former monastery dating from the 15th century. The former cloisters are now very guest rooms and although they are small, they are also comfortable. It's location between the remains of a Roman Temple and the Cathedral was very ...
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 ...
... horses is just the stallions are ridden and mares are for breeding. The stallions were kept inside all day. Two of fellows of the youngsters were lots of fun, esp. the young Frenchman the other fellow was from Australia and I did enjoy them. The work was easy. I took a bus from Coruche to Evora and am now having lunch. Also, the farm ran on a generator but only at night and dinner was ...
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 ...
... the Giraldo Square with it's arcades we followed the tourist trail to the Evora Cathedral then walked past the museum to the old Roman Temple (1st century). Nearby we found a little eatery and had a late lunch before heading back to the car and driving to the Hotel. From there we went for another walk to a little chapel nearby called the chapel of bones. (17th century) The walls and pillars of the chapel are covered in ...