Hospederia Horno Grande

Address: Muniz Terrones, 17, Cabra, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Muniz Terrones, 17, Cabra.
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Travel Blogs from Cabra

Lucena Factory Walk

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jul 05, 2015

3 photos

I've been out of action for several months with a serious back problem and am only just getting back into a bit of gentle walking, over very short distances. At the moment, it helps considerably if I'm walking on the flat rather than up or downhill. That rules out a lot of the walks around Frigiliana, but what could be better than walking on an old railway track? No chance of a serious gradient there ....

It's a railway walk I've heard quite a ...

Cordoba and its Mosque-Cathedral

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jun 21, 2015

5 photos

... mosaics and plasterwork make it a masterpiece of Islamic art. Unusually, the Mezquita mihrab does not face Mecca, but directly due south. Although it does not fit in with the rest of the mosque, the High Altar and 16th-century Baroque choir is an impressive and contrasting sight, with an intricate domed ceiling and richly carved 18th-century choir stalls. Outside the Mezquita is the Courtyard of the Orange Trees (Patio de los Naranjos), paved ...

Andulucia Magic

A travel blog entry by jrriley8 on Jun 14, 2015

20 photos

... before going to Ronda - beautiful. Tried pigs ears again - quite different style this time but still excellent!! More like crackling today and big serve. In Malaga we had fish and sardines cooked on skewers on olive branch fire by the sea. Just loving it all. Group has 3 other Australians, 2 from Singapore, 2 from Oregon in US, 1 from India and her brother from Netherlands. Three who left were from Boston. Will let the pictures do the ...

Granada

A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 12, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... of peas, rice and pimientos to make a paella. The stall holders recognised us, and we had a nice time describing the paella, tasting their olives and getting a free sample of some excellent jamon. These happy meetings are the best part of travel for me. I get to practice my Español, we meet people, have a chat and a laugh and never forget it. We picked up a bag of 'paella mariscos' (clams, mussels, prawns) and some langoustines for that night's dinner. Next stop, the more mountainous ...

Part two

A travel blog entry by xulaitian on Oct 25, 2013

... i went to that shop and talk with the businessmen he said he need to check it by him self so i need to wait . When i was just sit in the shop i see a girl which is looks like the local girl. ...