My Rainbow Rooms
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... painting, sculpture, metal work ( as in GOLD) oriental art and alter frontals. We can’t help but reflect upon the extreme wealth of the Church and what a contradiction there seems to be in the stated mission of this Jesuit order to serve the “poor and needy”. (By royal decree, the Jesuit were expelled from Portugal in 1768. After much of the gold was “donated” to the church.) It is marvelous that this ...
... the Manueline style, though its iconic twin fairy chimneys that dominate the skyline of the town are a class all of their own. The room interiors were the real highlight of the palace, with elaborate ceiling and wall decorations, often based around a theme (e.g. swans, magpies, mermaids).
We next left the town to climb two miles uphill to the Palacio Nacional da Pena. This blocky, primary-colored flight ...
... We catch the airport bus. We get to the airport. We are 20 minutes early.. to the time our flight departs from the airport. Woops.
If you can't fill in the rest, well, this is a story of how Caroline, Morgan and Haley missed their flight home. Are there any more flights back to Naples today? No. Different airline, are there three seats available on your flight to Naples today? Only two. Airline that I can't pronounce the name of, do you fly anywhere in Italy? ...
... meandered the streets of Lisbon with. I feel like I’ve become part of the furniture here. Suraya, Manuel, William, Diane and Anna, the hostel staff, know me well and we have our constant banter. They give me free drinks, free food and laugh at me every morning when I stumble down for breakfast with glassy eyes and a sore head. In amongst the wonderful time at the hostel, I spend time wandering the streets and exploring this wonderful ancient ...
... had fun finding the sweet spots on the stage! We also bought some caipirinhas, which is a Portuguese drink with rum, sugar, soda and lime, and because we bought three, we got a free hat and a Hawaiian lei! We played some music for a while on the stage, and got some applause too, and we even wrote a song together about super bocks which we recorded. It was so much fun! After a while (and a few more beers) we left the stage and wandered down to the other end ...