Portugal Day 1 in Pictures

What we ate.

What we drank.

What we saw.

The entire inside of this chapel was covered with human bones.

Roman Temple ruins.


We saw lots more, but my internet connection is a little slow and it took me 30 minutes to upload these 6 pictures.  We spent our first day in Evora seeing the historic sights. It’s quite chilly and a bit rainy here so far, but we’re doing fine. Our flights were fairly uneventful, with some turbulence. The hotel is gorgeous (the M’AR de AR) and bed will soon be calling my name. Tomorrow is a full day of visiting a winery and seeing Enoforum’s head offices, with lunch at the Castle of Monsaraz!

More to come tommorrow!


8 Responses

  1. Great to see more of Evora… I know what you mean about the uploading, etc.

    Thanks for these new images!

  2. yay! glad you got to see these places! I’m saving them for next time…

    you’ll LOVE the castles! and the food! and the wine!

  3. Awesome! I’m so jealous, looks like an AMAZING time!

  4. I love Europe! I am so envious of you! I’m sure you will have a wonderful time! Can’t wait to read your next post!

  5. Have fun in Portugal, Wannabe! There is so much great wine to discover down there!

  6. Great pictures! I’m very envious of you. By the way, what’s the story about the guy hanging around in that chapel?

  7. Thanks Jo and Gwen!

    So far it’s been great Thea!

    We’re having a wonderful time Cellarmistress.

    Thanks Chicago Pinot!

    Arlie, that’s the bone chapel. It was designed by monks and contains 5,000 human skulls set in the interior walls. The rest of the chapel is lined with mostly what seemed to me femurs and Tibulas. The hanging skeleton is just part of the atmosphere I suppose!

  8. Hope you enjoyed the Chamine with your lunch in Evora! Next time, please do come and visit Cortes de Cima! See you at the next WBC!

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