Dom Fernando

Avenida Dr Barahona 2 - 4, Évora, Alentejo, 7000-756, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Évora

Sevilla: flamenco, fringes and fans

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson


... delight in the memory of her little self riding up front beside the coachman in a horse drawn carriage with a smile stretching ear to ear, we share visions of her with a steaming plate of patatas bravas or her little hands and nose pressed against a shop window that displayed colourful flamenco dresses with ruffles, ribbons and lacy fans. Some say the recession in Spain is officially over, although around 26 % of the working age population is still looking ...

Winding streets

A travel blog entry by dprovan


... the girls weren't with us. They included a shepherd, a Great Dane, a beagle and every other breed or cross thereof imaginable.

At the Praca do Giraldo there was a flurry of excitement as locals prepared samples of traditional foods under a tent. Music played and people strolled or sat in the sunshine. In front of the Church of Santo Antao is a 16th century marble fountain which was once an important water source for ...

Off to Evora

A travel blog entry by jlimina


... wild berry ice cream. It was nice to catch up on their experiences over the past week. They start heading down to the Algarve tomorrow.Thank you Provans for your lovely celebration treat!

There is marble everywhere, a beautiful fountain from 1571 sits in the main square. This town is lovely, we must leave to return home before dark but on the way we stopped at Dolmens, a place where Neolithic communities were thought to bury their dead with all of their possessions,

Just A Castle On A Hill

A travel blog entry by drudell


... up being our lunch, and bought a nice local oil.

On to Monsaraz, close to the Spanish border. Inhabited since the Neolithic period, it has changed hands many times in history, but is very impressive rising out of the surrounding plain as you approach. The castle's origin is from the 8th century, with continuous changes in form and jurisdiction through the 17th century, including a period during the 13th century when the Knights ...

Catching Up in Evora

A travel blog entry by drudell


... years. Awe---some.
We see the bigger Cromlech of Almendres where there are close to 100 stones of varying size and shape, some with carvings which are now very hard to make out due to erosion. From there it's on to the Zambujeiro Dolmen which is a funerary construct of stone making a chamber. One of the largest type structures of its kind it is impressive, solemn, and deserted. Each of these sights we've felt like ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenida Dr Barahona 2 - 4, Évora, is near Chapel of Bones (Capela dos Ossos), Cathedral of Évora (Se), Praca do Giraldo, and Universidade de Evora.
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