Hotel Mestre Afonso Domingues

Address: Largo Mestre Afonso Domingues, 6, Batalha, Estremadura, 2440-102, Portugal | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Largo Mestre Afonso Domingues, 6, Batalha, is near Founder's Chapel.
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    Travel Blogs from Batalha

    Obidos, Nazare and Oporto

    A travel blog entry by dseals on Jun 05, 2015

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... for over 500 years. My sister and I loved shopping for cork bags while Dan hiked to the top of the wall. Our next stop was the seaside village of Nazare, known for its large waves and where Hawaiian surfer Garett McNamara rode a record breaking 100 foot wave. The town is partly on a high cliff and partly seaside connected by a lift. While we were there it was overcast and a bit windy. Legend holds that the Virgin Mary rescued a ...

    New Friends on the Camino

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 25, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... is a miraculous thing on the Camino and one of the greatest pleasures we enjoy along the Way. We hope we see them again. As I have mentioned before, We are completely dependent on the yellow arrows painted on buildings, on backs of street signs, on the pavement, pretty much anywhere. When they disappear, or we miss one, we must retrace our steps or study the map very carefully to determine the right way to go. Sometimes the signs are confusing, like the ...

    Invited to a Party

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 24, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... or rode the truck by me. Hola, Ken, bom voyage, bom caminhyo. I think I probably smiled for the next 4 or 5 miles thinking about their kindness and open hearts. They were so curious about where I was from, what the weather was like in New Mexico, where exactly was that in the U.S. What a gift to invite a stranger into their group, if for only a few minutes. This is one of the reasons we like walking the camino- random encounters with strangers who are curious and open ...

    A Walk Though a Eucalyptus 'Forest'

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 23, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... and cheese sandwiches on the most delicious bread along with Lays B-B-Q chips and sparkling mineral water- doesn't sound appealing? It was HEAVEN! The owners were very friendly and had a shell hanging on the wall. We asked if they had walked the Camino.. their eyes brightened and they said YES! We have found the Portuguese to be hot or cold. We have never met more friendly or helpful people, but we have walked into some 'local' bars where we get cold stares ...

    Now on the Caminho Portuguese

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on May 22, 2015

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... us in cars honk and wave. It is encouraging to get so many positive comments from people along the Way. We have another 18.6 day tomorrow to Tomar and then a 19.2 day to Alvaiazere. After that we get a break. It took 7 hours to walk today, so with long hours of time to think my thoughts today turned to all our friends and loved ones. I am so grateful for our family and friends and wish 'all good things' as you travel your own personal journey, whatever that may ...