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After escaping the rain and drying off for two hours, the sun came out! Granted, it was 7:30 pm so the sun would only shine for a few more moments, but it was enough to make me chuck the decrepit junkie broken € 2.00 umbrella and to go out and hike to see the great Ponte Don Luis I bridge all lit up at night. All in all we ended up walking of …
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One of us got a good night sleep, but there is little point in early starts in Portugal, especially on Sunday, when it seems that the pace of life slows even more than usual. We enjoyed a walk along the river, then visited an old nunnery that has been under water for 300 years (the nuns left …
(this is part two of an email carved in half.) En route to Coimbra we'd planned a picnic in Mata Nacional do Buçaco. The forest has been home to monks since the sixth century, first a Benedictine hermitage, then a seventeenth century Carmelite monastery. The Carmelites walled the forest to protect their seclusion and planted carefully nurtured …
... overgrown garden of a big country house
. The toilets etc were immaculate, but the whole place had a laid back, hippy sort of feel.
We just chilled out ,did our washing, went for a walk and relaxed for 2 nights. Look at the pictures: ...
... have a long tradition of celebrating. Final year students wear white shirts and black suits, (trousers or skirts) and jackets and then carry a cane and top hat in their faculty colours, purple for pharmacy and gold for medicine etc, there are 9 faculties at Coimbra. Parties all week (and all night) long, the party venue was quite close to our apartment, but fortunately didn't disturb our sleep, even though it was still in full swing at ...
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