Pousada De Condeixa-Coimbra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
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We've been taking it easy. Allen is pretty much in bed all day. Leg spasms prevent him coming down for breakfast, taking walks or going out for meals. We e-mailed Dr. Saavedra at Kaiser and he thinks the treatment sounds reasonable and we should see some improvement in the next week. Yesterday he seemed a little better. Today we aren’t sure. The hotel is quiet. We watch movies in English, ...
... not to go to Evora, 3 hours away but to stay in Coimbra. We transfer to the Ibis Hotel which is modern, has better beds, better parking, Internet in the room, English speaking TV and a small restaurant. It doesn't have the charm of the Astoria but is much more practical. It is raining hard and should continue all day so we don't mind staying in a bit. We will stay here another 4 nights. Hopefully that will give him a chance to ...
... t get a ticket on the car, retrieve the key when it arrives, and find and bring in lunch. Allen insists I get out and see the city so I take an hour and do the Rick Steve’s walking tour to see the church where the first King of Portugal and his son are buried, visit the fountains and see the river and the sights. I take the opportunity to do a little shopping.
Tomorrow we move on to Evora. I sure hope he gets feeling better ...
... and prescribes 3 shots. One Friday night, one Saturday morning and one Sunday. The one Friday doesn’t do much good and we are hoping the Saturday one will help. Saturday Allen isn’t feeling much better but we are able to walk the market next to the clinic. I replace my change purse for one that is made of cork. They make everything from cork here much like we do with leather. Purses, ...
... for the Fado show. Fado is a Portuguese style of music that uses a Portuguese guitar, a traditional guitar and occasionally someone singing. In Coimbra the songs are often about stories of the students lives. The guy singing on our night introduced each of the songs in Portuguese, English and French. The whole experience was really enjoyable and the music pleasant to listen to.
After the performance, back to the hotel for an earlyish start the next ...