Vitoria Stone Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... up with the astronomy of solstices and equinoxes. Carvinga on the rocks includw, circles, crescent moons, rectangles and the shepherd's crook. The final site is a dolman in which human remains and artifacts have been found. Most interesting.....dinner tonight at Taberna Tipica Quarta Feria with another young French Canadian couple. ...
We leave Tavira Sunday morning (Sept 13th) for Evora. A 2.5 hours drive on the autostrada. Drive was good but more like 3 hours. Pretty desolate area so not a pretty drive per se. Did see a beautiful castle. Unlike the autostrada, a real lack of facilities on the way, so, when we arrived in Evora, we needed to find a Water Closet right away. Had trouble finding our hotel that is located within the walls of ...
... vora city forum and were dedicated to the imperial cult, contrary to popular belief which identifies the forum being dedicated to Diana, Roman goddess of hunting. The remains were so much smaller than we thought they would be, but still very impressive.
Then we went to the Chapel of Bones. It is a chapel of S. Francisco church with walls which are all lined with human bones. It was a place where monks ...
After breakfast we chill out in our room till noon and then set off for Évora. It is about an hour and a half drive. It is sunny and about 26 degrees so we take the roof down. The first part is on a country road where the surface is not that good but we are in no hurry. We then get on to a toll motorway for the last 20 miles or so. Yet again we are practically ...
... part of the town and the town is a walled town that still stands today. There is also an aqueduct, and it is from the 15th century because they had an increase in population that meant they needed more water in the walled town.
We walked through town and as we went we saw the aqueduct weaving through the city. Maria brought us to the City Hall, a building from the 15th century...somewhat non-descript. Maria tells us a story about the mayor, in 1986 wanting to take a portion ...