M'Ar De Ar Aqueduto
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A lazy last day, doing some washing, walking, running, swimming, and checking Bess has not had her piglets. Also went out to lunch at 2.30pm. Both went for a run this morning along a newly discovered track that keeps us off the main road, and away from mad locals. Then big breakfast, and a boiled egg, and some cafe poolside. We have to walk 100m to the pool, so need to use multiple baskets to get all the supplies there. Sat around until about 1pm. Then back after ...
Woke to a bright sunny day, which climbed to 27 degrees. So nice that we swam this morning, prior to going to a late birthday lunch in Evora, at a posh restaurant. Pool water ( fed by a spring) about 19 degrees. Walked this morning to see how the lambs were doing; and then tried to put an under piece on Bill's car that he had knocked off in the creek. Failed, so chucked it in the boot. ...
Went to the monoliths yesterday, followed by a hilltop town called Castelo de Arraicois. As it has rained heavily prior, we forded a few little creeks in the cars and Bill ripped off his front oil pan protector. Will try to re-fit today. Did discover the source of the Evora aqueduct, which we think accesses water from a spring 2 kms out of town. Had lunch around 2 pm in a Portuguese restaurant and ate a form ...
Off to Portuguese hill town of Monzaras, about 1 hr away. Rained about 50mm last night, but a fine day. No run today, but walk for Sonja in the afternoon. Alan running tomorrow. Monzaras small and beautifully kept, so we had morning coffee and lunch there. Sonja bought some items in the local store. Has been in ...
... It is one of the oldest university in Portugal. The main campus building had a beautifully carved statue on top of the building at its interior court yard. A fountain laid in the middle of yard. All the walls were half covered with stereotypical Portuguese tiles. The doors to classrooms were probably from its olden days and showing the battle scars through its ages. Two drawings of 18th century professor figures sit on opposite sides of each door, drawn on tiles, inviting ...