Pousada de Estremoz - Rainha Santa Isabel
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... most perfect sunset, the best I've seen here ever, times just for me I'm sure.
Even saying goodbye to Eusebio was hard, he had tears in his eyes and was blowing me kisses as we pulled out. We finished the night at Angis house with our group, not really doing anything so it was boring at times. Sergio's boyfriend (who everyone was meeting for the first time) recognised me immediately and me him but we have no idea how or when. It must ...
... t buy anything, explored, watched the second half of the Spain-Chile football match that appeared on a screen by one of the boarding gates, and read the three newspapers I'd brought from the UK. I tried to avoid reading any of the books I'd brought because I knew they'd have to last me until Christmas! In the early hours of the morning they showed all of a Brazil-Portugal football match, so I watched that as well. I changed a 10-dollar note into euros, but this only resulted ...
... we were looking for. Over the next hill and right in front of us we could see Capital hill, another good sign. We were looking for a distinct bend in the road but it never came, and just at the moment of a relapse into anxiety, there it was, Via Sant' Eufemia, the street. Half way down and we saw Segways parked on the sidewalk. Victorious, we walked into the office and declared that we had made it successfully. Martina, our guide, new who we were and without having to ...
... he did, an Arredondo nose, and that feature was what made him such a handsome young man. I'm sure we made his day as he thanked us both, especially after we tipped him! With lunch complete, bottle finished, shopping done and the Pantheon found, all misfortune from this morning had been long forgotten. We set out for the Pantheon as I knew exactly were it was and could reclaim my GPS honor by showing Lauri. There was also some really cool shops I wanted to show Lauri, I know how ...
... taking a picture for us. This group was from the US, somewhere down South, I think, though at this point I don't remember exactly where.
While walking around the castle interior, we actually talked a bit about math and philosophy, particularly a certain 'Incompleteness theorem' that relates to the liar paradox of the statement: 'This sentence is false.' I suspect that everyone's heard about this scenario at one point or another, but here's a brief ...
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