Hotel Alarde

Address: Cl Alfonso XI 4, Algeciras, Andalusia, 11201, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cl Alfonso XI 4, Algeciras.
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Travel Blogs from Algeciras

Days 5-6: Algeciras

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2021

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... The fellow at the hostel tells me that the feria runs until 6 in the morning—so it looks like I’ve still got time to be in on the excitement. As I head through the dark streets I hear fireworks bursting—sounds like I’m missing out on the climatic moment of this week of celebrations… I quicken my pace. Soon the streets get fuller and fuller with people—many of them heading towards the feria! Doesn’t look like people are worried ...

Crossing the straits of Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by marko.hajdinjak on Aug 27, 2014

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... and those waiting to depart get on. Our ferry departed solid two hours after the promised time.

I spent almost the entire journey (which took less than one hour) in a queue, patiently waiting with all the other passengers to get to the small table where two Moroccan officials were checking and stamping passports. In the meantime, Veni was treated to a delightful sight of playful dolphins swimming and jumping alongside the ferry.

Before we knew it, we were in ...

Urim & Thummim

A travel blog entry by terryxu on Oct 20, 2013

After several weeks, I drove my sheep to a plaza which is at Tarifa. I confused about my weird dream recently . I find an old gypsy woman, she told me the worthless information about my dream,she wanted tricked out of my money. Fortunately I met a saint, actually he is a king, he showed me how to continue ...

The True Beach Day!

A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on Jun 01, 2013

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(Tomo Reporting)

Our plan today was to have a relaxing day with a possibility of kiteboarding depending on the wind. First thing first, we went to the old town to find a nice sunny cafe for breakfast. It wasn't hard, and we were both happy with our European style breakfast - toasted bun with butter and jam, tea, and freshly squeezed orange juice. Oranges here taste amazingly sweet. We love them! We enjoyed people watching from the cafe table. Especially some "dudes ...

1520. A Beautiful Reservoir (Mor 516)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 02, 2013

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... to be able to walk along a busy highway. Feels so... safe... ironic, I guess you could say. Before long I come across a typical little village with a freshly painted mosque, a little store where I can buy snack and ask the name of this place. I feel even more at ease. All the people here are locals, rather than a mishmash of gnarly dudes that aren't really accountable to anybody. I ask for water. "I don't have any--but there's a spring of clean water right up the road" Works for ...