M'AR De AR Muralhas
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Left Seville for Portugal. Travelled to Merida, a very pleasant little town that boasts that it was once the 9th biggest city in the Roman Empire. So what did the Romans give Merida or Augusta Emirita as it was then called? How about an arena, an amphitheatre, a forum, a temple to Diana, a circis maximus, water, lavatories, roads and law. Other …
... and then a delicious lunch. After lunch we toured the Estate's carriage collection. The final stop before reaching Evora was the most unexpected of my trip to Portugal--the Almendres Cromlech. This is the oldest known stone circle in Europe dating from the 5th and 4th milliniums. It consists of 92 standing stones in two circles with different equinoxial directions, and it's latitude allows viewing of ...
... so we can just use the electric which we plug into at campsites anyway. Now we look like a space ship lit up at night. We are also struggling with the satellite TV so are reading at night. Bless Auckland libraries e-books. Although we did buy two english books both by Portuguese authors today. lots of love to all . Robyn, saw your hotel today and Paul says that is where we go on our next holiday! Door to door and no ...
... horses is just the stallions are ridden and mares are for breeding. The stallions were kept inside all day. Two of fellows of the youngsters were lots of fun, esp. the young Frenchman the other fellow was from Australia and I did enjoy them. The work was easy. I took a bus from Coruche to Evora and am now having lunch. Also, the farm ran on a generator but only at night and dinner was ...
... supporting columns meet the vaulted roof line, evidenced a certain architectural flair.
In fact the Capela dos Ossos is only a side chapel of Evora's Church of St. Francis (hence the church of the Franciscan monks who gathered the bones five centuries ago), a very large church which is undergoing massive renovation currently, in part funded by the proceeds from the admission fee for the Chapel of Bones.