Ayamontino

Address: Av. Andalucia, 35, Punta Umbria, Andalusia, 21100, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. Andalucia, 35, Punta Umbria.
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      Travel Blogs from Punta Umbria

      Starting Point

      A travel blog entry by karenrivera on Oct 07, 2014

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      Starting Point: Today is Aug. 3, 1492. My journey starts from Palos de la Frontera Spain. I am sailing with three ships, the Santa María, the Pinta, and the Niña. I am trying ...

      HIspaniola, Cuba, And Isabella

      A travel blog entry by karenrivera on Sep 29, 2014

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      I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.

      Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
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      An antidote to all the stress

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 08, 2014

      We didn't go far at all after the previous two days' worth of mishaps - essentially, we went round the corner into another, much larger and deeper, channel up to Mazagon.

      It was only about 10 miles, so it didn't take long at all, and we anchored off a little beach at the side of the river next to a large number of fishing boats on buoys. We were apprehensive that there would be trawlers zooming past every few ...

      A Series of Unfortunate Events

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 07, 2014

      ... up a narrow, shallow channel to Punta Umbria on the Ria Huelva to anchor overnight, and as we left we'd be arriving just as it was getting dark and at low tide. Not a problem, we thought, there should be plenty of water in the channel for a boat with as modest a draught as ours, and we should be anchoring just after the sun set, with plenty of light still to see by.

      Well, we were right about the light at least. The channel was ...

      Another coast, another border

      A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... restaurant-lined) square was a very pretty place to sit and watch the world go by.

      It seemed a very un-touristy place, until we started paying closer attention to the menus we passed. Full English breakfasts and fish and chips abounded, and most of the menus were in English - we had to assume that we'd just missed the tourist crowd, which would have flown home at the end of ...