Hotel del Carmen

Av. El Nacimiento s/n, Prado del Rey, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Andalusia, 11660, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. El Nacimiento s/n, Prado del Rey.
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    Travel Blogs from Prado del Rey

    Out into the unknown

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... taxi driver spoke really good English, as most of the tourists he taxis are from the UK, so he knew exactly where to go.
    So, here we are at La Manga resort enjoying a lovely time with my wonderful family, a real treat for us as they live in England and it just worked out so well to meet them here. Today another real treat, we meet up with my lovely friends Sue and Ray to spend the next few days with them in Bolnuevo. ...

    Barcelona to seville - 11 hours eating junk food!

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.

    At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......
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    Museo de Toro, Seville

    A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 17, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    Took a tour of the bullring and it's museum. It is the oldest bullring in Spain and is still in use every Sunday and every day during festivals. Off to mass in the morning then kill animals in the afternoon! The tour was quite fascinating, outlining how bullfighting first started (apparently a development of medieval jousting) and how it has changed over the years. The horses for example are now fully protected in leather so are never injured, whereas before the 1940s several would ...

    Andalucian Cycling: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Sep 26, 2012

    73 photos

    ... it. Ahh, you might wonder why we are here for a week then? In compensation, it more than delivers on atmosphere - requisite whitewashed stone buildings tightly lining the warren of cobblestoned lanes, pots of red geraniums spilling out of clay pots on window sills clad in wrought iron, black cats sunning themselves on stone ledges, small children kicking soccer balls in the tiny plaza, grandmas dressed in black slowly navigating the lanes with cane in one hand and shopping bag ...

    Day two, farmland, tunnels and flats

    A travel blog entry by soporific on Apr 12, 2012

    10 photos

    Having survived the day before we decided to give it a go for day two. We were a bit worried about the hills, but decided that especially since day 2 was mostly on a bike path (Via Verde) we would give it a shot. One thing is that the meters climbed for day one hadn't been listed for each stage so it was difficult to gauge how high the hills were that gave us trouble. On day two the altitude was listed and it seemed to be slighty uphill the whole way.

    We got ...