Eurosol Seia Camelo Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are overpriced but fill our stomachs with minimal hassle. We tried take-out pizza once but it is very greasy and has tons of cheese. I’d rather eat frozen dinners! The hotel staff are great. They give me ice for the ice packs, heat the gel pack for the heat belt in the microwave, fix dinners on a tray so I can carry them up to our room, and ask how Allen is doing.
We are still ...
We have a long sleepless night. Allen is sure there is something more going on than just his back. The pain in his left thigh is excruciating and spasms whenever he sits up or stands. We return to the hospital. The Doctor thinks he has a small tear in his thigh muscle in addition to the back pain. The pills for one are good for the other. We are told he should stay off it, rest for a few days and ice the thigh 3 times a day. ...
... is a statue of King John III which looks a lot like Henry VIII. There is a large bell tower in the corner which rings to call students to class.
We start with King John’s Library built by John V in 1717. It’s a timed entry carefully monitored to control humidity. The 6 foot thick stone walls provide a perfect atmosphere to preserve the books. The portal is a huge wooden door surrounded by a marble “triumphant ...
Friday is still unsettled with rain on and off all day. Allen's back is really bothering him so we visit the Private Clinic in Nazare. Our appointment is at 8:30 pm. I ask about the hours and am told they have opening times but they stay until they are done. Sometimes it is 7 pm other times it is midnight. We are lucky that the Dr. is an Orthopedist. After an exam he says it is probably pressure on the ...
... the towns people and the university, the University was transferred permanently to Coimbra, 1537.
The Jesuits were invited by King Joćo III in 16th century, as university teachers, only to be expelled by King Jose I two hundred years later (1733) due to their considerable power that they had over the economy, knowledge and society generally. The Catholic Church is still dominate though with some 80% of people ...