Casa de Relógio

Address: Rua da Graça, Obidos, Estremadura, 2510, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua da Graça, Obidos, is near Bairro Alto, Tram 28, The 25th of April Bridge (Ponte 25 de Abril), and Furnas.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa de Relógio Obidos

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Travel Blogs from Obidos

Feudal Phenomenon of Óbidos

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Nov 02, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... The sun broke through the clouds as we arrived this morning, and following a stroll through one of the narrow lanes, we stopped for a small sample of cherry liqueur, a specialty of the area, served in tiny chocolate cuplets. We then had about an hour and a half to wander the lanes and alleys, and climb along the city walls, pointing our cameras in a plethora of picturesque places. Óbidos is ...

We have observed

A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 20, 2014

3 photos

... br> Music is playing wherever you go in the heart of the cities. Like Jazz in New Orleans, or Stompin Tom in Newfoundland, Fado is the music of Portugal. Fado is an expression of longing and sorrow. It means fate. It is emotional. We have heard it on the street, in cafes and shops. I love it and will bring some home. When played, it will bring me back here.

The beaches are smooth, the rocks that surround them craggy, full of little holes and bigger caves. They are the ...

Just gonna call it: Sintra = highlight of the trip

A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 16, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... and green. Then I got back onto the golf buggy and headed off for Castelo dos Mouros, which is basically a watchtower and defensive walls. No golf buggy up to the top here! It was super windy at the top so I lwas freezing, but the view of Pena Palace was well worth it. Afterwards I ran my hands through my hair and realised that I had a bird's nest on my head. But no time for vanity, the next castle awaited!! Montserrat was the next stop, often overlooked by tourists who ...

Coimbra to Obidos.

A travel blog entry by sylvialevy on May 31, 2013

8 photos

... Thus the clergy has so much power. The scene at Fatima moved me profoundly. Not so much in the religious aspect per say, but in the unmitigated portrayal of the power religion has over the masses. It's frightening.

Once back on the road we did manage to find our way to Obidos. We checked into our lovely nunnery, and proceeded to go out and find the castle walls while there was still some daylight. Climbing around on the walls was a little ...

The Last One

A travel blog entry by cholay_ole on Apr 29, 2013

... want to remember everything. Not just the big things, like riding a camel, but the little details, like how many times my stomach cramped up from laughing so hard with my friends. I’m going to be hopeful and say I’ll be able to, because of how much my trip has affected me. I’m so excited to travel more, because this has made me realize how much of the world there is left so see, and I want to see ...