Casa de Terena
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... ending with the scene of the manger next to the castle walls underneath a large star.
We looked in a couple of gift shops, pottery shop and a shop which had a range of gifts, liquors and handmade jams/chutneys; we bought a few before we left. There was also an art shop, the gentleman told us he and his wife were the artists, sculptors, pottery makes and everything was original, however we did not have £1000 for a painting to hand so ...
... and a chalked in 3 marks the most recently shorn trees, with the chalk numbers fading as the years pass and the cork re-grows. From the number of cork-oak tress we've seen in this country, we're guessing the Portuguese are not wanting the plastic-wine-cork craze to catch on!
We enjoyed our time in Evora and surrounds, albeit only for a day...
Friday 18th October
We drove to Evora yesterday and found a campsite a couple of kilometres outside this medieval walled city.
This morning, we had a wander around the town doing the cultural bit - cathedral, church, palace, roman temple etc. After lunch we headed back to the campsite and got on our bicycles to look at some standing stones about 10 kms out of the city.
John had to repair three punctures during our ride (2 for his front tyre ...
... straight to Dad’s favourite café with what I call "20 second service". We then filled our bellies with food, filled our car boot with suitcases, and filled our GPS in on the coordinates of our hotel. This would mean checking out of the Madelina Hermitage Apartments, and driving 136 kilometres to a small town called Evora.
We left at around 11:30AM, and after a couple of hours driving along the wonderful yet expensive ...
We only had a short drive today. First stop after Elvas was Estremoz known for its marble which is considered to be one of the best and most beautiful marbles in the world. It has been part of the local population for centuries, actually it goes as far back as the Roman times. The town itself is only small but rather pretty with all this white, cream, pink, grey or black marble and streaks with any combination of these ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking