Termas da Curia Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... tables that maintain a temperature of 18 all year round. The documents housed here are national treasures. Only authorised persons may handle books which are mostly 16thC and before. The majority are written in Latin. It is beautiful. Gold leafed motifs decorate the polished oak and the ceiling is painted with stories re the importance of learning. Only 40 people are allowed at one time to maintain humidity. Would ...
... the views. Calling in to Nazare,on a wind howling day we found a small seaside resort area that questions safety. It is not a good shot but would you feel safe wandering the walls or living in the end houses going down towards the sea?
A slight step sideways meant we looked at the Batahla Monastery- a debate who had the most money rulers of religion or region.
The first day finished with a winding and only slightly narrow ...
Day 15- Albegergaria to Oliveira 13.1 miles The day began with fog hanging over the countryside like a haze of smoke. The air was cool and the cloud cover kept it that way until about noon. It was a perfect day for walking and the miles just seemed to fly by. We passed by two women washing clothes by hand in the public community fountain. I thought, 'how lucky are we that we don't have to do that anymore.' Then we arrived at the ...
Condeixa -a-Nova had on-going work on revealing roman ruins. There was of course where do you stop but as this one was more out in the open there was less in the way. Many in Portugal have agreed that you just can't try doing underground carparks as you will only come across ruins and of course that will lay ruin to plans!
At Condeixa they tried to make it obvious where they completed a ...
... aware of the pace our lives move without really thinking about it. Of course, there is no way I can walk everywhere, nor would I want to, but this makes me at least think about the pace our modern transportation sets and by extension the effect this has on the rest of our lives. Faster is better (as the modern commercial says) and I agree, but maybe not all the time. Since beginning our long walks in Scotland, England, ...