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We started the drive south from Porto but before we could get to far we went past some sort of stadium that was set up on the beach. We decided to stop for lunch and check it out, turned out to be the FIFA beach soccer World Cup. Somehow we managed to get ourselves free tickets and spent the next hour watching Spain vs Iran in quite an entertaining game. So awesome to stumble across such a big event. We drove further south and stayed in a beach from ...
... people wanting to get in. Finally we got in to this very small room dominated by a very smart and modern kitchen.
Everything was in Portugese but the maitre d helped us out and we ended up getting shared dishes for the five of us. The restaurant specialises in pork, both farmed and wild, as well as bean dishes. We had wild pork with beans and rice, pork belly (nowhere near as fatty as we would make it), vegetables, and another bean dish.
... at which we were to eat and have a Fado concert. We weren't sure what to expect, especially when it was obvious that we were the only diners in the restaurant that entire evening. We got there around 7:30pm and around 8:30, we saw "the band" come in and head upstairs to a loft area. We continued the leisurely meal but no sightings of the band. Finally, around 9:30 they came down and set up immediately alongside our table. It was obvious that ...
... Henriques the first king of Portugal moved the capital to Coimbra where it stayed until 1256.
The heart of of the city is Coimbra University. One of the oldest universities in Europe it is presently housed in the royal palace. One of the oldest and largest libraries in Europe is a central part of the university. Three connecting rooms dedicated to the different disciplines are lined with ancient books on ...
We had a quick tour of Fatima grotto after breakfast. unfortunately the basilica is closed for major renovations but there was a few hundred pilgrims arriving to spend a day at this famous site.There is an enormous public square that would easily fit a 100,000 pilgrims on major feasts. I am happy that all the grottos we heard of as schoolchildren, Lourdes, Knock and Fatima, I have now bee to them all. Whether they will all ...