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... try to figure out what to do next. The weather is overcast and was very rainy on Thursday but sunny and a warm 74 degrees on Friday. I took a walk along the parkway built along the River. Someone spent a lot of money creating a lovely green space with a nice pedestrian bridge and several education buildings. Unfortunately it looks like they ran out of money so things are not well maintained and ...
... not to go to Evora, 3 hours away but to stay in Coimbra. We transfer to the Ibis Hotel which is modern, has better beds, better parking, Internet in the room, English speaking TV and a small restaurant. It doesn't have the charm of the Astoria but is much more practical. It is raining hard and should continue all day so we don't mind staying in a bit. We will stay here another 4 nights. Hopefully that will give him a chance to ...
... he is able to come down for breakfast. I do a little internet surfing while he naps and by noon he is ready to venture out for a short walk and lunch. We are right by the river. It is wide and slow moving with a long lovely park running down either side. We look for a sandwich and place to sit by the river but it's too many steps so we sit in the square instead. After lunch we take a cab up the hill to the University. A UNESCO ...
... are waiting for me to show me where he is. His preliminary consultation results in an IV of painkiller and a muscle relaxer. 15 minutes later he is feeling much better and we are taken to Orthopedics where we meet with a doctor for an exam. He has a back x-ray and we are told he has some degeneration of the vertebra (typical for a man his age). He may have herniated a disc but the treatment is the ...
... for this was granted by the Pope in 1143. Before the Romans, a pre-celtic tribe called the "Conís" lived in the area. The word "briga" means "fortress", from the combination of these two words came the name Conímbriga, which later became Coimbra. Some 15 km from Coimbra, the Romans settled in the 1st century BC, they lived there peacefully until the year 468 AD. The romans didn't care too much about their own defense and ...