Dom Fernando

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

    Portugal - where they do speak diferently

    A travel blog entry by drrich on May 27, 2015

    5 photos

    ... overflowing garbage and things that never made it to the bin. Not to say there aren't some beautiful sites but try not to look down except to avoid walking in dog poo!
    The language is slower and too many words are different to make spanish an automatic option, and the idea of a mid day siesta persists.
    We were also starting to encounter storks. They would build large messy nests anywhere ...

    Evora - Medieval Gem of the Alentejo

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 13, 2015

    101 photos

    ... crabby because of the heat
    or maybe I’m just monumented-out, but my enthusiasm for churches and castles
    and walled towns has definitely been waning recently. Evora is probably the
    last major historic town on my trip to Spain and Portugal with the exception of
    four days in Lisbon at the very end. I’m looking forward to a bit of beach the
    next few days and then some hiking in mountain and seascape scenery in Madeira
    in the meantime.

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    Portuguese Cork Farm

    A travel blog entry by marychaffin on May 01, 2015

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... all parts of the fauna to help keep the soil as productive as possible.
    The tour group got in a safari type buggy and off we went to explore their 2500 acres. Imagine riding through a forest with wildflowers, cork trees, green oak and some olive trees with roe deer (small little deer, not much bigger than a dog) running around. It was a great morning listening to this family tell about what it takes to keep this land ...

    Paradise Lost

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... had bought for Treacle in the previous town worked well. When ticks got onto her they either quickly dropped off or died whilst still resolutely gripping her skin. The problem was the quantity. After every walk we had a ‘tick search’ and I was able to remove several that were marching about in her fur and those ticks that had found a good feeding place and had latched onto her were then pulled out with my tick remover. On average ...

    Capela dos Ossos, Evora, Portugal. Don't miss this

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Nov 16, 2014

    14 photos

    ... it and bring it to you. A little of my own perverse sense of humor.

    The Capela dos Ossos is the Chapel of Bones in English. No restrictions on photography here. No amount of detail in a written description, regardless of the adjectives used, could begin to capture the truth of this church without photographs.

    Every vertical surface is covered with the mortal remains of 5,000 monks from cemeteries ...