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

Granada

A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 12, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... out at artisan markets, lots of hugging and guitars, and now and then the scent of dope in the air. It made a nice change from previous cities. Next highlight: an excellent lunch of tapas on a rainy Tuesday, the day before leaving for Ronda. The restaurant was Oliver's, just near the cathedral. We had a plate of fresh, deep fried anchovies, a bowl of clams in a garlic oil, sliced potato and pimiento, and red pepper stuffed with caramelised onion and a fish pate. The rain dripped ...

Teba, Robert the Bruce and Ronda

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 19, 2014

23 photos

... a very overpriced drink overlooking the gorge ha ha. Had dinner in the village with an English couple. Can't believe how many eating places this tiny village has! 15 people on the tour, from all walks of life and all very good company. My claim to fame is that I am the youngest and the only single. They are all amazed that I am travelling alone. More like stupid really, but no major disasters so far. Probably shouldn't have said ...

Breakfast in Torremolinos and Tour Andalucia

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 19, 2014

18 photos

... Torremolinos and Malaga and surrounds he tells me about all the famous people who have lived here when it first became popular in the fifties and sixties. Frank Sinatra etc.... He reckons he once found Sean Connery lost around a rocky headland and helped him find his way home. According to Antonio, he is a true gentleman, and it is a pity he doesn't live here anymore. He has now realised he is actually Scottish and has moved back there ...

April 16-17

A travel blog entry by rachel_ira on Apr 17, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... quickly as loud as they can. Different cultures! The Juhaz's house is under construction. There are 6 storage bins that they stay in. While we were there, there was no power. It still felt like a home there:) We ate dinner outside and the food was really good!! They all make jokes and chatted. Robin would have to interpret for us but they were still funny. The landscape in Portugal is much like California, with rolling hills and some ...

The abandoned church

A travel blog entry by xiruili on Oct 24, 2013

1 photo

When I wake up, I was in an abandoned church. Today was the first day I was in
Spain. The roof was full of webs and had fallen in long ago, and near the
church there were a number of sycamores growing on the place where the sacristy
had once stood. The church had a ...