Cortijo las Pinas

Address: CN 340 Km. 74,3 , Tarifa, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11380, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on CN 340 Km. 74,3 , Tarifa.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarifa

    From the Med to the Atlantic

    A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Feb 25, 2015

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    The Costa del Sol finishes at Gibraltar and around the corner on the infamous costa N-340 which we have almost continuously dirven along since Barcelona comes a new Coast .......and it is as if you turn a corner into a new world. The landscape is virile, not parched or desert like, still cacti but beautiful green fields with cows and lambs, yellow gorse flowering,craggy hills and peaks-not unlike a hot Scotland!! You come to Tarifa first and this is where the Mediteranen ...

    The Flavour of the Fish ...

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 06, 2014

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    ... they had all emerged with their menus directing us into their 'best-priced', 'freshest', 'best food' establishments .... Chris had made the mistake of saying, 'later'....

    Going for a drink at the Art & Gourmet Restaurant meant we had to walk past the cafes again or cross over to the centre of the Grand Socco to the other side so this is what we decided to do. Just before we did this, however, we had ...

    Tarifa, the southern point of Spain

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... pizzeria, pasteria, trattoria, and helado (gelato) places in southern Spain than Spanish food places (well, not quite, but really close!). There is also a weird phenomenon here in Spain with regards to "bazars." These are stores that are almost invariably owned by Asians that just sell super cheap random things. Everything from cooking pots to clothing to paper to pillows. And they are just everywhere. They're taking over the store market in ...

    The Alchemist Entry #8

    A travel blog entry by scarfacelove on Mar 25, 2014

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    On page (98-112) the book talks about the boy started realizing that everything that was going on he was starting to understand. The boy was going to go to the chiefs of of the tribes to tell them that armies are approaching. When the boy told the chiefs about his vision, the main chief told him that there are going to break the rule of having ...

    Day 3 (51-60)

    A travel blog entry by miradomberg on Mar 20, 2014

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    The pages 51 to 60 of the book, The Alchemist, is about Santiago working in Tangier. He had been working at the crystal shop for 1 month. The owner of the shop was a grumpy old man, the only reason the boy stayed was because the man treated him fairly and he needed money for new sheep. He calculated that if he kept working at this rate it would take him a year to buy a flock of sheep. The owner and the Santiago would talk about Principle ...