Eurosol Seia Camelo Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
Left evora and headed out to Marvao which is an amazing hill town, you can see it in the distance just this fort sitting on a huge mountain. Wow we were given the name of the town by owner of cafe at monsaraz, so went out of our original plans by 100 ks and it was worth it. Snow capped mountains in the distance, the drive towards the town amazing, groves of cork trees, rock walls, twisting winding our way up to the top through lovely small villages, shepherds with their ...
... It can all be managed of course but if we can get Allen feeling better we would much rather continue on – even if it means a slower pace. We planned to be in Spain Dec 14 so we could just hang out somewhere until then and let Allen heal if we feel confident that he is getting better and this is just a short term problem. It’s hard not knowing and just taking it one day at a time. ...
... up all the cheese while Zach cooked the shrimp, but the majority of it made it to our dinner table. We ate and drank everything we had, and then Julie went up to get some chocolates and port wine and we stayed a little longer, trying to convince Johannes to ditch his classes the next couple of days and come with Zach and me to Porto (sadly, he didn't). Before it got too late, we headed to bed. Zach and I had an early train the next morning.
... offender to the campus and the Chancellor would then pass judgement on any transgression. You could get solitary confinement if you broke the university rules. The university could imprison both students and staff. A stolen book was about 6 months, however you were let out during the day to attend lectures.
The graduation hall and church are also marvellous pieces of history too. The King would often visit and stay on site. ...