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... up with the astronomy of solstices and equinoxes. Carvinga on the rocks includw, circles, crescent moons, rectangles and the shepherd's crook. The final site is a dolman in which human remains and artifacts have been found. Most interesting.....dinner tonight at Taberna Tipica Quarta Feria with another young French Canadian couple. ...
... about the hotel and then set up an agenda for our walk around town. We left and he parked the car and took our luggage to our room. We just love Evora. Fantastic and only wish we had more than one night here. So much to see and so easy to get around. It's a walled city like Lucca Italy. There's the castle, the Roman ruins, St. Francisco bone chapel, walking the walk, etc, etc. Highly recommend visiting ...
... taught at the University of Évora in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. With their expulsion in 1759, by order of the Marquis of Pombal, the property was taken by the state, and starting in 1776, it became an important winery that even today makes regional wines. After a lengthy tour we tasted olive oils and wines.....
The next stop was an unexpected treasure for me. we travelled to Arraiolos, about 20 ...
... overpasses. The Alentejo has many farms with vineyards and olive groves. There were a lot of Turismo Rurals, which are comparable to the Agritourism we have seen in Italy and Poland. Farmers rent rooms like a B & B and give the tourists an agricultural experience in a lovely setting.
We took pictures of Castro Verde and Portel. Once we left the mountains, the terrain was pretty much the same as central California. Not really remarkable ...
... headed south the landscape changed to rolling hills, with cork forests, orange groves, vinyards, pastures, and meadows. Our first stop was in the village of Arraiolos which is famous for this hand-embroidered wool carpets and tapestries. We visited the local museum where we learned about the history of the rugs and the techniques for making them. Many of the rugs on display dated from the 15th and ...