Balneario San Andres

Address: Ctra. Cordoba-Valencia, Km 137, Jaen, Andalusia, 23420, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ctra. Cordoba-Valencia, Km 137, Jaen.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaen

    Another Town on a hill with castle on top

    A travel blog entry by drrich on May 15, 2015

    2 photos

    ... hill, I was reassuring Pat that we didn't have another one with narrow streets. Luckily the flat was at the top of the village and it was possible to drive along moderately sensible roads to drop bags off at the door and then park a short distance down the road.
    We noticed on the map that there was a road up to the castle so plans were made the next morning. as we drove there we came across a sign suggesting ...

    WHO INVENTED GROUP WALKS?

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 02, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... were to get out of the immediate vicinity of Cazorla. I went in short sleeves and long pants, the running shoes adequate as footwear.

    Keith was happy to do 'sweeper' duty at the back as he said he was a slow walker in any event. Slow Poke and Philippa aka Wide Load were also common laggers as we Peter and Noel.

    I could not really remember doing a group walk of some 7H duration before. Pretty sure I do not really want to do one ...

    A MOUNTAINSIDE TOWN

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 01, 2015

    4 photos

    ... br> Took a bit of time to reach the autovia for the 2H trip to Ibida. Of particular note were fields and fields of olive trees and a couple of large solar panel fields. Apparently Spain gets 40% of its energy from solar and wind sources.

    Elaine must have thought she had to fill in the silence as she detailed more of the uncertain history of flamenco dancing in Spain. It has four parts: singing, guitar, claping and dancing.

    We headed into the Andulusian province ...

    Mixed roads

    A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 13, 2014

    ... roads, we finally hit Tarmac again and rolled into Riobar for lunch. We were fortunate and found the only restaurant that was open and had a great lunch - the girls shared a salad, RL had pickled mussels (excellent) and the 'eagle' had liquefied pâté. We'll leave that to your imagination! BE had organised an after lunch excursion to the Mundo Falls (also known as the birth of the Mundo). This was just a few Ks outside the town ...

    Day 3 - Granada to Cazorla

    A travel blog entry by cmorony on Oct 08, 2013

    5 photos

    ... rare, at least until Mike came across one on a curve and managed to scuff the front number of a local's Seat. With no ability to communicate, we finally managed to convince the local inhabitant that no damage was done to his car by furiously rubbing at the deposited that Mike's LHS pannier had left on his bumbler. Following that the road turned to dirt and we ...