Pousada De Condeixa-Coimbra
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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I need to tidy this up and put a full stop at the end since I have already been back 5 days and resumed my more normal life. Istanbul and the North Cape both seem so far away and yet that much nearer than they were before. My Istanbul cold has left me with a touch of bronchitis which is rather debilitating but I still feel mentally energised by ...
... narrow buildings, small alleyways, hidden bars and dark. We stayed at a pension 25 euro lovely old building, right in the old town. Town is known for fado music which is Portuguese folk music.dinner and then to a cafe in an old church where it is played. Good to see and their voices amazing, no microphones needed here. In morning early walk around, place came alive and felt not grimy, buildings surrounding small squares looked so much better in the daylight. We did ...
... try to figure out what to do next. The weather is overcast and was very rainy on Thursday but sunny and a warm 74 degrees on Friday. I took a walk along the parkway built along the River. Someone spent a lot of money creating a lovely green space with a nice pedestrian bridge and several education buildings. Unfortunately it looks like they ran out of money so things are not well maintained and ...
... beautiful views of the city. Just as we reached the top, it looked like a major storm was rolling in, so we continued on our way. Zach and Julie told stories and recited facts along the way about things we passed or saw. Eventually, we ended up at a shopping center where Zach and I demanded we eat at Pizza Hut*.
*Note: If you have not lived in a country with Pizza Hut for an extended period of time, you cannot understand how we ...
... for this was granted by the Pope in 1143. Before the Romans, a pre-celtic tribe called the "Conís" lived in the area. The word "briga" means "fortress", from the combination of these two words came the name Conímbriga, which later became Coimbra. Some 15 km from Coimbra, the Romans settled in the 1st century BC, they lived there peacefully until the year 468 AD. The romans didn't care too much about their own defense and ...