Quinta da Geia
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... dogs, the sound of bells and men chatting. Our drive up to the top the first building is a convent then onto huge walls, cannons and cobbled streets. Inside the walls are white coloured houses. Amazing walked all over it and stayed way too long for our drive to coimbra. Oops Had to use the toll roads which are double lane, empty, 120ks and very quick. Huge bridges span valleys, passing over the top of villages, ugh. Coimbra is an old university town, felt very gritty, old ...
We've been taking it easy. Allen is pretty much in bed all day. Leg spasms prevent him coming down for breakfast, taking walks or going out for meals. We e-mailed Dr. Saavedra at Kaiser and he thinks the treatment sounds reasonable and we should see some improvement in the next week. Yesterday he seemed a little better. Today we aren’t sure. The hotel is quiet. We watch movies in English, ...
Zach and I arrived in Coimbra in the early evening and immediately began hiking uphill towards the student housing he and his girlfriend Julie were staying in. We cleaned up a bit and then headed out to dinner.
Zach and Julie's friend, Johannes (a German student working on his Ph. D. in Physics), met up with us, and the four of us went to a tiny restaurant that they were all fond of and ordered a ridiculous amount of wine and meals ...
Coimbra (pronounced Queembra)
A highlight of Portugal has been Coimbra where we were lucky enough to meet a fantastic guide who gave up his lunch time to give us a tour of his city. He gave us so much information that we asked him to write it down for us, which much to our delight he did, sending us a wonderful email from which we gathered to following information.
Portugal gained independence from Spain in ...