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... br> There was far too much for us to finish but it was just delicious and soooo...tender. And for all that and three carafes of wine it cost just 12 euros each. Prices have certainly come down since arriving in Portugal. As we left we passed people still queueing to get in.
After dinner we went to the rooftop balcony on our hotel roof and took pictures of the town being lit up with spotlights as the sun went down before going to bed.
... we hired bikes to ride to the beach. Unfortunately Portos beaches are nothing on Australia's but on the plus side cocktails on the beach are cheap and like in Spain they pour spirits loosely freehand so cocktails were rocket fuel for the ride back to town. As like your typical tourists we did sights, got lost, got offered marijuana, spent too much and where overwhelmed by the smell of salted cod in supermarkets. Love B ...
... get out at the top of the town at the University and then walk down and found the town and then back across a footbridge over the Mondego river to the Hotel. We go to the pool to recover from our hike. We have dinner at the hotel which is very good. We have reserved and are put at a table by a waiter. The restaurant manageress then comes over and says we have to move because the table we are at has been reserved for ...
... whirlwind of change in religion is another matter. The guide book says it is worth a visit even if you are not religious at all and if you are such a person I would agree. It had excellent toilets and parking set aside for motorhomes and the hills are peppered with villages all beautiful as you drive through. The hills are abundant in greenery and small farmers tilling plots in between the trees.
We drove to the coast and I ...
... and a "small" private home that was only 35,000 square feet. It had its own private baths. Luckily when we arrived at our hotel in Coimbra there was one free parking space left. Our hotel is located across the street from the train station and the river. Next up was a windy 60 degree climb uphill for approx one km to the Coimbra University. (Many of the major sites do not allow photography so I guess you will ...