Bahia Hotel

Plocia 5, Cádiz, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11002, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cádiz

Amazing Animal Adventures

A travel blog entry by cnickerson

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... I’ve never seen so many in one place. Their colourful kites whizzing across the turquoise water made an impressive sight.

Our final stop that day was at Baelo Claudia, the Roman ruins near the town of Bolonia. The ruins are extensive. It’s easy to imagine it as a bustling town more than 2000 years ago from what has been excavated. We explored the ruins and then had a drink on the beach in Bolonia. There is no shortage of beautiful beaches ...

Touring Cadiz

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

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... and walked in the surf. No one was there at 6:30 on Tuesday. Walked out the jetty to the small castle/fort there. Also stopped at our first tapas bar.

We went back to the theater for another free concert. This time baroque music with guitar, recorder, and voice.

We are packing up for the trip to Granada.
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Another day at sea

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

... in Galveston!).

Anyway, it was fun and I also took my time eating. I still hadn't had the eggs and bacon by 9:15 AM (started with fruit this morning) so I made the decision to skip the forensic talk. I did go to the destination talk on Madeira, From "Purple Islands" to Europe’s Playground (we’ll be there tomorrow). I really like the man who gives these talks—he’s a geologist but I bet he’s done ...

Rolling Around the South!

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson

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... so we all guarded our stuff extra heavily.

There are multiple ruins spread out over the mountain from different groups through the ages. The oldest still visible ruins are from the time the arabs inhabited the area. Gibraltar was the entry point into Spain in 711 a.d. when the Moors invaded from Africa. There were also remnants of WWII bunkers that we were allowed to make our way through. Although today they are deserted, I imagine that at one point, British troops ...

Cartagena, Malaga & Cadiz

A travel blog entry by poweringon

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... puts us into a heavy sleep and we seem to find it harder to get up each morning. Last night however, after leaving Cadiz and heading up to Lisbon, the capital of Portugal we experienced some heavier seas in the night. I got up and looked out and was surprised I could see anything but the lights of the boat lit up the sea sufficiently to see that the waves weren't anywhere as big as they felt....

Tomorrow onto Lisbon
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Location

This hotel, located on Plocia 5, Cádiz, is near Torre Tavira, Camera Obscura, Cathedral of Cadiz, and Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz).
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