Tres Pastorinhos Hotel

Address: Rua Joao Paula II, Fátima, Estremadura, 2495-451 , Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua Joao Paula II, Fátima.
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    Travel Blogs from Fátima

    Dropping out in Tomar

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 07, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... inside and out, with some fantastic stonework and stained glass. Again, these few photos will give you a flavour of the place. For once, we had to pay to park (€0.80 but restricted to two hours), but I liked the small-town feel to Batalha and didn't begrudge it one bit, but we were conscious of the time so probably didn't devote as much time as we would have liked, but we did manage to sneak in a light lunch at a café before heading ...

    Your Mother Smells of Elderberries

    A travel blog entry by nellieva on Jul 05, 2015

    44 photos

    ... way. There was a small single-door entrance through the wall, into the old city, directly across from the hotel's main door, which was very convenient. The man came out and moved his personal car, to make room for us to park the van right outside our door.

    Among other things, Obidos is known for its cherry liqueur, which is called Ginjinha. We'd read about it and had planned to try some. As soon as we brought in our bags, the woman invited us all down ...

    First Stop Obidos

    A travel blog entry by ammerjerry on Jun 28, 2015

    5 photos

    ... queen Isabel of Aragon. The the fortification walls go back to 14th century and still provide shelter to the small community. Although no longer an important port town, the town is still a vibrant community. We found a sugar bowl to replace Jim’s blue one from the early 1970s. I found a cork fan my periodic hot flashes. On the way out of town we paid one euro each for a dark chocolate cup filled with cherry liquor.

    Fatima pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by familymojo on May 12, 2015

    10 photos

    [Just a quick post to try to catch up. We may add more info and/or pictures later.]

    In talking to some folks in heavily Catholic Portugal, we realized it would only take us about an hour and a half to get to Fatima, where some million pilgrims would coincidentally arrive the next day. You can read about the event on wikipedia's Our Lady of Fatima page.


    Fatima - The Lourdes of Portugal

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 06, 2015

    32 photos

    ... 13th of each month, May and October being the biggest. I guess I missed a big one by about a week or so because things were pretty subdued. But you know they get big crowds in the town by the large number of hotels and restaurants that cater to the pilgrims that were almost completely deserted the day I was there. I tend to think of pilgrimage sites as old historic places like Rome and Santiago de Compostela, but Fatima is a very modern town with ...