Hotel Turismo de Tabua
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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, ...
We have a long sleepless night. Allen is sure there is something more going on than just his back. The pain in his left thigh is excruciating and spasms whenever he sits up or stands. We return to the hospital. The Doctor thinks he has a small tear in his thigh muscle in addition to the back pain. The pills for one are good for the other. We are told he should stay off it, rest for a few days and ice the thigh 3 times a day. ...
... t get a ticket on the car, retrieve the key when it arrives, and find and bring in lunch. Allen insists I get out and see the city so I take an hour and do the Rick Steve’s walking tour to see the church where the first King of Portugal and his son are buried, visit the fountains and see the river and the sights. I take the opportunity to do a little shopping.
Tomorrow we move on to Evora. I sure hope he gets feeling better ...
... way so no other tests are needed. We are told the first Doctor did the right thing with the shots but Allen needs something stronger. He is given a prescription for pain, inflammation and to relax the muscles. We have been at the hospital for about 3 hours. The total cost for everything except the prescriptions is 22 euros or $27.50. We head to the hotel and dinner.
Our hotel is the Astoria, ...
... hill to the University. At the University I visited the library, which is known for being rather Harry Potter-esque. Inside it was very cool, with stories of book cases, ceiling murals and lots of gold embellishments. From the library I saw the student prison, which contained some very small rooms used to incarcerate the students. The prison is apparently commonly found below the library, as books were considered very valuable and so anyone messing ...