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Today we visited some fabulous Roman ruins at Conimbriga with great mosaics. Then it was off to a monument under UNESCO World Heritage protection, the Abbey of the Gothic Manueline "Mosteiro de Santa Maria de Vitoria" in Batalha. We finished the day with a visit to Fatima, the Catholic pilgrimage village where Our Lady appeared to 3 shepherd children in 1917. It was awful! Huge with ghastly tacky souvenir shops. Our accommodation tonight is the gorgeous Pousada de Conde de ...
... half an hour away.
We arrive in Figueira Da Foz and we check into the B&B there. Jenny isn’t feel too well and neither was I. I have discovered since all this driving that I get some terrible back seat car sickness. So I have been promoted to the front seat to avoid this. Aaron and I decide to get some fresh air now that the rain had died off here in Foz, whilst J+J continue to rest in room.
We walk down and the sand on the beach is so far out you ...
Packed and ready to go early on a Sunday morning, we board our buses to ride a few hours to the port city. Raining again, we enter the city of Coimbra home of the oldest university in Portugal. Our guide walks us across the part of the campus that houses the schools of medicine and law towatds the Johannine Library. Over 200,000 ...
... at which we were to eat and have a Fado concert. We weren't sure what to expect, especially when it was obvious that we were the only diners in the restaurant that entire evening. We got there around 7:30pm and around 8:30, we saw "the band" come in and head upstairs to a loft area. We continued the leisurely meal but no sightings of the band. Finally, around 9:30 they came down and set up immediately alongside our table. It was obvious that ...
... important aspects of her collegiate life. Both she and Fatima explained the meaning. The patches are given; never taken, and were from family and friends. She has a boyfriend and the custom is that when you have a significant other, you tear the cape. Evidently, the young people today do not follow that tradition like those did in the past.
At this point, it was time for the bus and off to the restaurant for ...