Curia Palace Hotel Spa & Golf Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... located here in 13th C (?) It was moved to Lisbon but relocated back to Coimbra into the 16th C palace.
Our 1st stop today is on the north side of the Mondego river at a Monastry of St Clair, overlooking the town on the southern bank. Queen Isobel ( Elizabeth in english) convinced her husband, the king to open a university here. Today the morning is misty and the view is not very clear sadly.
We drive back ...
... past any negatives and completely embracing the positives. From saying, "Good Morning," to Tony and Sue, through the difficulties of the walk, to our divine hot showers this afternoon, it was perfect. Nothing will ever erase the fact that we were given this day to share with each other and with you. Life is precious... I am grateful for every moment, and I wish you... "Bom Camino." Elise ...
Day 15- Albegergaria to Oliveira 13.1 miles The day began with fog hanging over the countryside like a haze of smoke. The air was cool and the cloud cover kept it that way until about noon. It was a perfect day for walking and the miles just seemed to fly by. We passed by two women washing clothes by hand in the public community fountain. I thought, 'how lucky are we that we don't have to do that anymore.' Then we arrived at the ...
Condeixa -a-Nova had on-going work on revealing roman ruins. There was of course where do you stop but as this one was more out in the open there was less in the way. Many in Portugal have agreed that you just can't try doing underground carparks as you will only come across ruins and of course that will lay ruin to plans!
At Condeixa they tried to make it obvious where they completed a ...
Day 14. Agueda to Albergaria. 10.5 miles (and back again) We saw this section of the Camino twice today, once walking and the other from a car. It was a bit of a surreal experience for me. We began our walk in Agueda and walked 10.5 miles to Albergaria. Our travel company has set up hotels for us along the way and they did not have a place in Albergaria, so they hired a taxi to pick us up and transport us back to Agueda so we could ...