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... 30. So now I am on my way to the Algarve, southern coast, and hoping to find some warmth. I'll check into the hostel where I was before and hopefully I will be the only one in my dorm. Yesterday was sunny, but today it is grey and cool again. I am loving the cars here, mostly models you never see in the states. There is even a four door Smart car. Enjoy the few photos of the farm. Adventure ...
... one true church. "We bones that are here, for yours await," is the famous heraldic notation inscribed on a door lintel at the front of the chapel, an inscription I failed to photograph. As part of a compare and contrast inquiry, how would this project mesh with the oh-so-tender sensibilities and fluttering hearts of today's all-consuming politically correct crowd?
This design feature, seen at all points where ...
I met 3 Chinese women from NYC at the hotel and we walked all day long seeing all, and I mean, all the sites. Not enough room for all my photos..The Chapel Of The Bones was probably the most weird and interesting. Tonight I am in a hostel and luckily no one else is in the room, yeah! Tomorrow I head down to Lagos...train, bus and metro. I am getting to be a pro at the Lisbon metro system. It is really nice and clean and easy. It was 90 degrees here ...
... but empty. There is a mini-mercado that shuts between 12 and 4, a couple of cafes, a restaurant with a yellowing menu in the window, and the pottery works and showrooms on the main road out of town that draw the passing tourist trade (as it should, for the pottery is very special here). Walking in the early afternoon, you might hear the wind, the swallows, now and then a car rumbling up the cobblestone street, chained dogs barking, or the ...
... the room. While the rest of the campus is probably a lot more modern, the classrooms in the old building were small. They reminded me more of a primary school than a university. For dinner, we came back to Lisbon and ate at a restaurant called Laurentina. They specialize in Bacalhau or cod. Salted cod is Portugal's national dish. We ordered two dishes. Bacalhau in cream sauce and sliced Bacalhau. The sliced Bacalhau was cooked in olive oil and it was sitting in lots of ...