Quinta dos Tres Pinheiros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tables that maintain a temperature of 18 all year round. The documents housed here are national treasures. Only authorised persons may handle books which are mostly 16thC and before. The majority are written in Latin. It is beautiful. Gold leafed motifs decorate the polished oak and the ceiling is painted with stories re the importance of learning. Only 40 people are allowed at one time to maintain humidity. Would ...
... to our accomodation. It was a small village where only one house was left fully intact post earthquake and a group is now slowly restoring the houses and creating tourist apartments. It is set high on a peaceful hill so nice for walks and views. Unfortunately we kept arriving back late and when we left the fog was very thick so no photos.
Our middle day was back to Rome at Condeixa a nova and to the University city of Coimbre- more ...
... I washed out my clothes from today in the sink... not much difference. The flowers continue to be a joy and are everywhere. We have found another flower we can't identify so I will post it and see if any of you can figure out what it is. So many of you were helpful the last time. We have just a little over a week before we walk into Spain so I wanted to talk about the ceramic tile houses. A common practice is for people ...
Condeixa -a-Nova had on-going work on revealing roman ruins. There was of course where do you stop but as this one was more out in the open there was less in the way. Many in Portugal have agreed that you just can't try doing underground carparks as you will only come across ruins and of course that will lay ruin to plans!
At Condeixa they tried to make it obvious where they completed a ...
After breakfast we decided to take a 2 hour boat cruise on the Douro River. Another wise choice! Stunning scenery - the vineyards seem to start at the waters edge and disappear up into the sky. A wine house on every corner. On disembarking we ventured into the village and bought some goodies for lunch. We figured that if we keep eating at restaurants every day for lunch we'll be paying excess baggage on the trip home! So a fare of bread rolls, olives, ham and cheese ( and a ...