La Varzea Polo & Golf Resort
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... which looks just like the Golden Gate), and the Cristo Rei Cross.
On our walk home we picked up a bottle of wine (which we later found out was terribly corked), some Chinese take-out (!?) and some fresh fruit for the morning. The Indian man who sold Kelsey the wine asked her where she was from. When she said Chicago, he told her that the craziest (but most beautiful) girls he had ever met were from Chicago!! Go figure.
... all around the roads in and out there are lots of jacaranda trees out in flower so it is rather gorgeous. We had good wander through the inner squares and discovered information and evidence of the 1755 massive earthquake. The lower city was a total wreck with a huge tidal wave taking out the whole city. It was getting really hot so we had a few breaks for coffee ...
... of us near the water, and eat a pasteis de nata - baked with eggs, sugar, and love.
Towards the end of our morning, the weather turned rainy, and we grabbed our backpacks and found a place for lunch. Naturally, we had seafood and wine, and Zach was brave enough to order in Portuguese. After lunch, we headed for the train station and hit the tracks towards Coimbra.
... Manueline architecture is distinctly Portuguese, decorated with ornate ropes of braided stone and twisting interlocking spires. The cloister is a study of symmetry and solitude.
Between the monastery and the tower stands the Monument to the Discoverers. We gathered here for our guide, Sofia, to trace the development of Portugal's expansion on the beautiful floor map. Looking down ...
... and he could speak really well. That’s another thing I’ve notices, there are a lot of people from England in Lisboa. It’s so cool to hear them talk English because they have the fancy accents. After dinner we found a mini mart to buy water for the night and a cheap store to buy some necessities and headed back to the hostel because we’re lame, but mostly jet lagged and tired.
Oh yeah! We met our roommate, ...