AC Hotel Algeciras by Marriott

Address: Ctra del Rinconcillo, Algeciras, Andalusia, 11204, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ctra del Rinconcillo, Algeciras, is near San Roque Golf.
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      Travel Blogs from Algeciras

      Days 5-6: Algeciras

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2021

      22 photos

      ... descent, are much shorter than the typical Spaniard. Looks like there’s something for everyone here.



      A lot of these joints serve food as well, and I finally settle for some paella—but unfortunately it’s gone bad, so I wisely decide to not eat it and get my money back… Then I continue on up the lanes lit up with thousands of colourful lights to the other sections of the feria. There’s a section with little rides for ...

      Hopping Off Point

      A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Oct 04, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      Departed Porto after a visit to the Porto Commercial Museum, about the effect of the wine of the city and its development. Headed south on the A1 and after an hour was bored shitless. The countryside was like Aussie, gum trees, red earth and stifling heat. So boring we started playing I Spy, but after trees and barriers we ran out of subjects. Overnighted at a city called Sines. Huge oil refinery and power plants, and a lovely harbour. Birthplace of Vasco DeGamma. This road took us ...

      Morocco to Spain, Pt. 2

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Aug 26, 2013

      After a very uncomfortable 11ish hour train trip we finally arrived in Tanger. We got our things together and headed through the station and got into a taxi to go to the port. I thought it was closer than it was, but apparently it's 45 minutes from there, so we drove through the hills and countryside for half an hour or so (a very uncomfortable drive, neither of us were feeling too fresh by the time we got there!) then bought our tickets and waited for the ferry. We got on a bus ...

      Gesbians and a "Tuna Sphect-Tacular"

      A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 11, 2013

      5 photos

      ... whales. The guide said these were curious creatures, and the often would come to the boat and check out what's going on. We must have seen 30 of the pilot whales traveling in family groups. These whales stay in the area and the have been identified and names by the markings on their dorsal fin. These seemed very docile, but last year when I said that I ended up in a emergency room in Bali getting rabies shots for a monkey bite! The pilot whales mush have ...

      1519. The Two Sides of the Straits of Gibraltar

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 01, 2013

      11 photos

      ... 500 kilometers and cross 18 countries! Hmm... nah... I think I'll just let them remain as two Superhikes...

      I start thinking about the differences between the two sides. Not what you would expect.

       
      Both sides have similar terrain. However, on the Spanish side (at least from Tarifa to Algeciras) it's mostly overgrown by bushes. There are a lot of abandoned houses. Has the feeling of an area that has been given up on ...