M'AR De AR Muralhas
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Travelling from Merida we continued the theme of seeing more ruins.Some were the clear cut roman type and others were the lack of money and desire type. Portugal is also a place where things are no longer attempting to be clean. More than likely the lack of any upkeep on buildings and small roads for so long has made it a forbidding task requiring money that no one has. However, cigarette butts line the streets ...
... historic sight in the southern half of Portugal, and a beautifully
preserved medieval city that was one of the first places in Portugal to be
awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. While most of the sights date from
medieval times, the ruins of a Roman Temple in the city’s center, popularly
believed to be dedicated to the goddess Diana although no archaeological
evidence exists for that attribution, shows that Evora is a far older city.
... add interest and the campsite right next to the water. I thought it was paradise!
It was a large site but there were only 4 other motorhomes so I was able to choose a most wonderful pitch next to the water and surrounded by cork oaks and flowering mimosa trees. The weather was perfect and that night I was lulled to sleep by the song of a nightingale. The site also appeared to be perfect for Treacle. There were rabbits everywhere and ...
... have been a conclave of the church hierarchy, a formal approval of the work effort, notification of all the churches to be involved that this huge reclamation project was properly sanctioned by the church fathers. And that doesn't begin to address who drew up the construction plans and scripted the obviously well thought-out design elements, the placement of the bones in the various configurations we see, and then who ...
... go out the front door of the Pousada and turn left when you reach the cathedral go downhill to the square. We started the 5 minute walk at 9:30. Of course, when we reached the cathedral it was the top of a hill with several roads going down. We pick the wrong one but with the help of strangers we found the square.
We met our guide Lucia Van Der Feltz. Lucia and her husband moved from Holland 35 years ago so her husband could farm. They operate a farm and an ...