Quinta da Fonte Nova

Address: 137 Rua Alvaro Augusto Rodrigues Vilela, 137, Serradas, Estremadura, 2635-452, Portugal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 137 Rua Alvaro Augusto Rodrigues Vilela, 137, Serradas, is near Quinta da Regaleira, Monserrate Palace, and Parque Arqueolgico do Vale de Coa.
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    Travel Blogs from Serradas


    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Oct 24, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... to understand some of the practices. For example having to move on your knees across a vast expanse of paving and lighting such enormous candles that the wax creates a bonfire, and shop after shop with statues available for sale. But it was obvious that some people are really moved by the place and are obviously praying for a miracle of some kind. Geoff could have bought all kinds of priestly vestments. They obviously don't care who they sell them to. I had to ...

    Second entry for today

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 13, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... We told her about our flood experience today and Amr showed her the photo of the cafe flooded, and when they were leaving she and friend and husband came back and wanted to see the photo too!! They went to Sintra today and said it was terrible in the rain.....we were glad we made the right decision, and will try tomorrow if it looks good. A wonderful night, and fabulous food and ...

    Belém: Ocean views & Pasteis de Nata

    A travel blog entry by vikkitor on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 100 photos

    ... we waited about an hour for the tower because they can only let 150 people at a time since it is 500 years old and people like to take their time. But soon enough we were climbing the tower stairs (after paying the 12 Euros for the tower and monastery). One tip: the tower takes a while because at each level they have traffic signals of when to climb or descend the spiral staircase since it is soo narrow (only enough to fit one ...

    First stop, Lisboa

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Jul 27, 2014

    199 photos

    ... the city (must be a Lisbon thing?). Basically, they build elevators in tall-ish buildings and then charge €5 to go up and see the view. One of the main ones is an old tower right in the middle of the city that had a long line the every time we walked past. He took us round some back streets which also joins up to the tower a level down (one flight, maybe three metres lower) from the top paid view. Folks were paying €5 to go up, when they could have been seeing ...

    Now for some pondering .......

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jun 06, 2014


    ... and remember! Most places you don’t have to look very hard or far at all!

    We are becoming more "learned" travellers each step of the way. 2 months in, we should be by now! Travelling for a longer period of time is very different to a normal 2 or 4 week break, and it has taken us a bit of time to get out of the (well, my) normal holiday mind set of rushing around trying to see as much as I possibly can. I have to keep reminding myself of ...