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

Bus Trip to Granada,Spain

A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on May 25, 2015

3 photos

Time to get re packed and sorted as we are off to Granada this morning. Have i told you packing is becoming a nightmare?? We keep buying "little souvenir things"..now too full! Quick coffees and toast with tomato..taxi to bus station. Buying the ticket was easy.. Short wait and loaded . We are driving by fields of wheat..harvesting is in progress! Rolling hills planted in sunflowers. Canola is in yellow block. Looks like a huge patch work quilt. ...

Spanish Surprises

A travel blog entry by cduval on May 09, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... together - musical and familial - opening on to a cool, scented garden.

Thank you Katia, for being such a wonderful hostess - as always. And a very wise lady to boot.

#2: Vitoria Gasteiz

Lovely hotel - quiet, modern room with Nespresso machine, views over this very lovely city. We stayed here because of its green credentials - and it really is a 'green city'.

The streets are wide and tree-lined, the apartment buildings are not too hight and ...

North Africa to Spain

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 03, 2015

72 photos

... leg was to take us to Spain. Once more, an overnight 20 hour Mediterranean Sea Cruise to Barcelona.

This convoluted and protracted route was our only option to arrive directly in Spain as many ferry services cease over the winter months only operating the most popular routes and we were not sure of riding over the Pyrenees in winter.

Surprisingly the ferry journey was relatively calm for December; however, there were a couple of ...


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. ...