Address: c/ San Fermin 6, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on c/ San Fermin 6, Costa del Sol, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Carmen de las Cuevas, and Casa de los Pisa.
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Travel Blogs from Costa del Sol

Last Day in Madrid and on to Granada

A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 22, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... It is hard to
imagine this over the top opulence, and waste! The royalty had all the power
and money. Unfortunately we couldn’t
take photos inside but here are a couple of the grand staircase. The steps are
very shallow to allow for people to make a grand entrance- a slow and graceful
accent. There is also a large collection of armour - for both the men and the horses. How they managed to even move is beyond me
and those ...

An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on May 03, 2014

32 photos

When Kelly sent me an email about which dates would be best for her and Clint to come and visit me in Spain I assessed the public holiday calendar for work to see which weekends were the most promising. The immediate answer was either Easter weekend in the middle of April, or the first weekend of May, because for both weekends there were 2 public holidays falling on the Thursday and Friday creating convenient 4 day weekends. The decision was made and I received an email confirmation for ...

The Rain in Spain

A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Mar 29, 2014

8 photos

... they are starting to all look alike to me. This one did stand out in a couple of areas, however. During the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s, this cathedral suffered some visible damage. It has not been repaired, I am assuming as a reminder of the costs of war. The church was also left incomplete...there is only one tower. It's twin second tower is about three quarters the size of the ...

All-Hail Andalusia!!

A travel blog entry by bryantdawson on Nov 24, 2013

32 photos

... He was originally buried in Cuba, one of the first places he discovered in the new world. When Spain lost Cuba, however, Columbus' remains were transported back to Spain. Appropriately, Sevilla was chosen as the final resting place for the man who discovered the new world. Sevilla was the main thoroughfare for all the goods coming back to Spain from the Americas. It is inland, but situated on a very navigable river that opens into the Atlantic. After a long ...

Fourth installment

A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Sep 19, 2013

... just wandered around for hours. I like seeing the things in the grocery store, it is always interesting. In the evening we went back to the train station, and a different, very nice man got us all set with tickets. Then we went to the center and thought hey, let's go into this cathedral we've been walking past all week. However it was 4 euros to enter so we said forget it. Ahmed was then assaulted by a gypsy, who tried to hand each of us some rosemary. I wouldn't touch it but ahmed took ...