Apartamentos Turisticos Campillo

Avenida del Campillo, 47, Arroyo Frio, Castile-León, 23478, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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This condo, located on Avenida del Campillo, 47, Arroyo Frio, is near Zoobotanico Jerez.
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    Travel Blogs from Arroyo Frio

    1417. Finishing Sevilla Province

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 28, 2012

    4 photos

    Day 171 4 hrs, 6.4 kms Two days ago, I checked on the internet to see how close I am to having explored all the major towns of Sevilla provice. I discover, much to my chagrin, that just a few hundred meters beyond Mairena del Alcor, which I had just visited, was another sizeable city! I had actually seen it--but just assumed it was another neighborhood of Mairena. Deep down I know I have to go back there--or it's just going to eat away at me--the feeling of having left ...


    A travel blog entry by mscheibl on Apr 13, 2010

    1 comment, 22 photos

    Plans for weekends full of homework never seem to work out...

    I had planned to do all my homework before my next spring break(April 19-23) because Alyss comes Friday 16th. So I thought I could write a couple papers and finish a presentation or two.

    Luckily, my friends got in the way and I had a great time exploring little towns outside of Sevilla.

    I decided if I was going to go all out, I would get food I liked too, so I told ...

    3800 Years of Continuous Inhabitation

    A travel blog entry by isomcarol on Apr 01, 2010

    7 photos

    ... then back up to the Cathedral. They do this every night of Easter week. BUT NO!!!!! WE MISSED IT!!!!!
    The towns ancient stone walls mark an area that has been continuously inhabited for 3800 years. Leaving town we stopped to see the Necropolis. Wholes drug through solid lava like rock 3' to 20' deep creating tombs for the dead. This is still a current archaeological dig. ...

    Semana Santa in Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by clandybar on Mar 24, 2008

    15 photos

    So Semana Santa in Sevilla is a must see for anyone planning to be in Spain around Easter. Sure the streets are packed and the restaurants and pubs are crowded, but the processions are magical and you can see and feel the significance of the occasion everywhere you go. We saw our first procession on Palm Sunday one week before Easter. We just happened upon it in time to see ...


    A travel blog entry by mingozingo on Apr 27, 2007

    9 photos

    ... basically sits on top of each other. The atmosphere was great but the actual fight was awful. They killed 6 bulls and I believe we saw a little bit of everything. We saw a guy get gored a bit but he somehow got up and finished the fight and we wasn't even wearing shoes. Another guy got hurt too but he hopped over the side and they carried him off. One of the bulls got his horns stuck in the ground and flipped himself over so that was unusual. ...