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... the current bridge is a result of renovations in the 14th century. Only the three arches at the north end of the bridge remain from the original Roman construction, part of the Roman road between Braga and Astorga, in Spain. Still, it remains one more testament to the durability of Roman engineering and construction.
An equestrian statue on the north side of the bridge dramatically portrays Roman ...
... Spanish children start school at 10am and finish at 5pm? It seems that families are dependant on grandparents to manage work, school and home life. Perhaps this is a hangover from rural days when people worked in the fields. Interestingly you do see a lot of Dads picking up children from school. With unemployment at 24.6% (NZ 5.6%) that probably explains some things. Jose would like to see changes in the way Spanish organise their day, seeing the down time in ...
... terminal and we caught the bus with minutes to spare. The bus ride was only disturbed by 2 very loud Chinese nationals who were living and working in Portugal. The town centre of Braga was lovely and maybe because of the weather, it was not at all crowded. We had lunch, walked around town, visited The Cathedral in the middle of the town and returned to Porto. Just in time for yet another session of port ...
Another morning of thick fog. After a stroll to the Praza de Galacia with Chris & a coffee, we wandered across the bridge with Elizabeth & Paul & went back to Valencia to look around. Quiet day with lunch in the park, then a beer & per dinner drink. Tomorrow we start walking again to Santiago. O Porrino is a short jaunt of ...
... amp; families appeared to be catching up with each other - a weekly ritual perhaps. We had a wine with the locals & when the tapirs bars opened at 8pm we had a Perigrino meal. We are amazed at how cheap both Portugal & Spain are. A large glass of wine is €2, approx $3. Coffee with cake is €1 ($1.50). 4 small tubs of yogurt were €.57 or just over ...