Raining in Tomar and a great sense of well-being

Some people associate rain with bad weather, but I have a different opinion. When it rains it doesn’t mean it’s always bad weather and different people have different feelings about a wet day. I love some raining days. One of the most feel good days in my life was at Nazaré in Portugal in 1980, and at the time I was with my soon to be wife and very much in love. I’ll never forget being inside a nice restaurant close to the beach and outside was raining cats and dogs. I really felt great that day. Now back to Tomar, during these wet days in my home town, I also felt a great sense of well-being.

Rainy day near a sports pavilion in the City of Tomar

Wet day near the sports pavilion in Tomar which is right next to the football field at Mouchão Park

 

Wet cobblestone pavement at Rua Marquês de Pombal in the City of Tomar

After raining for a while, the cobblestone pavement were manifestly wet and shiny. This is the spot that connects Rua Marquês de Pombal to the Old Bridge of Tomar, also known as Bridge King D. Manuel I

 

Open umbrellas at Rua Voluntários da República in the City of Tomar

Obviously it was raining as you can see by a couple of people with their umbrellas open. This is the corner of Rua Marquês de Pombal and Rua Dos Voluntários da República in Tomar

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