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... the end of the week the weather was scorching hot and I went through a couple of shirts a day to keep cool. After the conclusion of the conference my colleagues and I found our way to a restaurant right out of the 60s where I went round 2 on the Francesinha before saying goodbye to everyone and heading to an early flight back to Frankfurt.
I was really fortunate to be given the opportunity to attend the event and to present. I met ...
... them! Caught a taxi home as it was so hot and there was a huge protest march happening right on our street because we are about 100 metres from Parliament House. Thousands of people! Andrew, Bruce and I went out to a local restaurant (Di not feeling so well) but I didn't enjoy it very much and by the end of the evening I was feeling quite unwell again. Perhaps I had over done it during the ...
... ever saw.... except St. Peter's in Rome I suppose but that ain't Gothic.... Burgos is the epitome of Goth...outrageous overload of alabaster, polychrome goldleaf spirals, walnut carved inlay, domes and turrets and gargoyles and goblins, ghastly gargantuan and well do we really need paintings of a woman with her breast sliced off and her tongue severed....... a young American family overheard..... . eight year old boy asks a question about Mary... Dad, who i thought looked like a ...
Been so many times, but just continues to get better and better every time….no surprise it keeps winning tourism awards.
Take a step back in time and walk the cobblestone streets of this beautiful city. Let’s not forget the food!! Francesinhas, Bifana’s, Sardines, Frango and of course Natas (Portuguese tarts).
... towns was delightful!
We were in Salamanca Spain for my 54th birthday and what a lovely mid sized city it is. It has a river running through it, a big old roman bridge connecting people on foot to the old part of town. Hilly streets cobble stoned their way up and up and around and down. Two strange fellows were busy busking – one was on a clarinet and the other was on a sort of dulcimer kind of thing – they were amazing! Jazz tunes, old stuff ...
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