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0120 One of Portugal’s treasures (Por 009, 08A -033)
Evora, February 28, 2008
Day 089: 6 hours, 5.3 kms
I’ve still got two days before my flight out of Madrid, and I am in no hurry to leave Portugal. I notice a brochure stating that Evora is a World Heritage Site. It’s on my way, so I figure I have to check it out…
I reach the bus station and within a few blocks find myself at the gateway of a beautiful walled city. ...
... moon at its zenith. The only other latitude that permits such viewing is the one at Stonehenge. It was late afternoon by the time that we arrived at our Pousada in Evora, a former monastery dating from the 15th century. The former cloisters are now very guest rooms and although they are small, they are also comfortable. It's location between the remains of a Roman Temple and the Cathedral was very ...
... out without too much pain. Paul is doing seduco and kakuro (not sure what that is, but it makes him happy) . I did a bit more decorating in the van which makes me happy. Though Paul is not happy that the toilets dont have seats on them! I bought a packet of sigarettes yesterday so am very happy! The solar/12 volt system on the motorhome is driving us mad as we dont understand ......lots of things. So we bought 220 ...
... of churches in this central Portuguese region.
To wrap your head around this macabre happening you've got to look deeper than walls of bones. A simple, in this case Franciscan, monk didn't climb atop his donkey cart every morning and make the rounds of dozens of church crypts unloading their contents, to the tune of 5,000 of his cohorts of the cloth, into his cart and drive his donkey back to Evora. There ...
... a nice dinner. The girl at the shop spoke English and I told her my story of leaving Porto for Evora. She felt bad and she didn't charge me for a cookie that I had ordered. I joked with her and told her, can you give me coffee too?!? ;) she gave me a funny look then said she had to charge me. I say of course. I asked for an Americano, she said she didn't know how to make one. So, had to settle for cappuccino. The coffee was darn good!! And ...