Casa de Relógio

Rua da Graça, Obidos, Estremadura, 2510, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Obidos

Castles, beaches and GPS's,

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35

... speak English, it's just that they pretend they can't because in their minds, if your not Spanish, they don't care! The food there was also immaculate, with tender servings of veal and prawns along with a huge salad making for an enjoyable meal, followed by a fruit salad for dessert. We were so happy that we left a 12 euro tip, before we returned to the room and went to bed. We are set for 40 mls of rain tomorrow in Sintra, let's hope this isn't true! See you then


Nothing to do, no where to go

A travel blog entry by dtofsrud


... Anyone know? This morning I went to the castle entrance to sit in the sun and read. It's hard to find sun inside those 45' walls! The tour buses were filing in one after the other. I imagine it will get crazier since it's the weekend. I think there was even a bus full of wedding guests all dressed up and carrying a bucket of high heels while the ladies wore sneakers! High heels and flip flops suck ...

Our Iberian Adventure

A travel blog entry by koppers

Things happened fast (or slow, depending on how you looked at it) over the summer, and we suddenly found ourselves changing jobs in a very short timeframe (a more detailed explanation of why, how, where, who, and when can be found here and here). On August 3rd, we received confirmation that we'd be finishing up work on August 8th, which meant that we had time to head off on holiday from August 9th through the 21st. While that was great news, it meant that we ...

Fado and the Blues

A travel blog entry by insertnamehere


... br> events are clearly reflected in Blues songs even today, most exemplified by
Solomon Burke’s “None of Us Are Free”, showing the common chord of anxiety
struck among artists and listeners alike.

Like Fado, Blues
was played mainly by amateurs in the streets and in small bars populated by the
impoverished. For this reason, and its social context, it was also excluded
from mainstream music and took a century to ...

Lisbon, I Love You

A travel blog entry by erinp


... cab to Catalina's house. Laurel and I had met Catalina, a Belgian political science profressor, at the expat party I mentioned in my last entry. Though she had only met us that night, she'd invited us to stay with her family in Lisbon when we came to visit. Catalina, her husband Igneki, and their two young girls live in a small, spotless apartment in Campo Pequeno in Lisbon. It was like heaven. Laurel and I were given a huge blow up matress with clean sheets ...


This hotel, located on Rua da Graça, Obidos, is near Tram 28, Bairro Alto, The 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), and Furnas.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa de Relógio Obidos

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good