Quinta da Geia
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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 ...
... is a statue of King John III which looks a lot like Henry VIII. There is a large bell tower in the corner which rings to call students to class.
We start with King John’s Library built by John V in 1717. It’s a timed entry carefully monitored to control humidity. The 6 foot thick stone walls provide a perfect atmosphere to preserve the books. The portal is a huge wooden door surrounded by a marble “triumphant ...
... hotel on the River in a very nice part of town. We even have a lanai with a Juliette balcony to the river and since it’s off season it’s only 44 euros a night! Breakfast (included) is in the ballroom and there’s a large lounge with marble columns, floor to ceiling windows, several couches, chairs and tables on the main floor. Not a bad place to hang out while Allen’s back begins to ...
... was defeated and was destroyed by the Suevian people or Barbarians coming from north Europe. In the 5AD, the population moved north to where Coimbra is today.
The moors (Muslim / Arabs from northern Africa) invaded the Hispānia in 711 and stayed until the 1492, when they were expelled.
Pope Nicolau the 4th promoted the foundation of higher education in Lisbon, in 1290. After a number of problems and ...