Hotel Adiafa

Address: Avenida Ruiz de Alda, 1, Barbate, Andalusia, E-11160, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Ruiz de Alda, 1, Barbate, is near Playa de Zahara de los Atunes and Montenmedio Golf and Country Club.
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    A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... the coast.

    But still, it was strange to imagine that this renowned battle had occurred on the very spot we were sailing over a couple of centuries ago. The water was totally still, for a start; once again we had next to no wind. We were also thrilled to get our first sight of Africa, although all we could make out from that distance was the ...

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    A travel blog entry by mersaxon on Mar 23, 2014

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    Santiago had been traveling for a few days now. He spoke often with the Englishman, telling him about his past life. More and more Santiago began noticing the unspoken language- The language that came from nature. One day a messenger came and told them that there were barbarians that might attack. They were not able to light fires ...

    Morocco, our day trip to Tangier

    A travel blog entry by landytospain on Aug 27, 2013

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    We had booked our trip last week at the local English bookshop. So, armed with passports we waited for the coach to arrive at 07:30, at 07:45 we began to wonder if we had been conned, but at about 07:50 the coach arrived and we got onto a very full coach, mostly Brits with a few Germans, Spanish and a couple of Americans. We drove down to the port of Algeciras and boarded the fast ferry, it all seemed ...

    The barbaric bull run

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Apr 25, 2013

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    ... is a fight of life or death. Something I really havent realised when we decided to watch. The bull will try to kill its tormentors and quite frankly, who can blame it. My ignorance lies in not knowing that this dance up and down the street will continue until the bull is exhausted, terrified, snorting blood and saliva having bitten its tongue during the battle, fallen to its knees and so desperately confused that it cannot put up the fight any longer. This goes ...

    Drenched in Tangier

    A travel blog entry by sam.eric_global on Oct 25, 2012

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    ... as it’s supposed to, should be around 10 Dh total.) Finally arriving at the front of the building there are more taxis pulling up, but of course there is no organized taxi line, just a mob of people clamoring to get into the car. And naturally the locals seem to get the taxi hook-up first. So we’re still getting rained on, and still getting badgered by a few of the roving grand taxi ...