Hotel Flamero

Address: C/Ronda Maestro Alonso, S/N, Matalascanas, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 21760, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on C/Ronda Maestro Alonso, S/N, Matalascanas, is near Bolonia Beach and Facinas Road.
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    Travel Blogs from Matalascanas

    THE MARSHES

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 20, 2012

    11 photos

    ... br> I loved these first impressions of Cordoba. That was good, because I didn't have much time there. I hitchhiked west to Sevilla. These 140 kilometers (85 miles) took me nine hours to hitchhike. Oh, the agony!
    A guy who worked for himself in the heating and cooling business gave me a short ride. A stocky guy named Lucas, he wore a dirty t-shirt and uncombed hair. He said:
    "People say there's a crisis. ...

    A Glimpse of Carnaval...and more rain...?!

    A travel blog entry by megeland on Mar 11, 2011

    6 photos

    ... around in a group of 50+. Our luck would have it that less than an hour after dinner, the torrential downpours started once again, ending our night and sending most of the Carnaval partiers running for shelter.

    The next morning, we woke up to an amazing blue sky, so we were actually excited to jump back on the bus and begin our journey to Jerez for sightseeing and a winery tour.
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    The longest bus ride EVER!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by sogone on Mar 15, 2008

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... nothing will come out of my mouth! But I am finding that I can actually understand what people are saying to me, sometimes. There were acres of olive trees in Turkey, valleys of olive trees in Italy, but there seem to be MILES of olive trees in spain. I love olive trees; they are like people. They look like hands reaching up into the blue, some slender and supple, some gnarled and twisted, each beautiful and no two the same. I think americans in general ...

    Sanlucar and the world's most expensive shrimp

    A travel blog entry by pulcinella_25 on Sep 26, 2007

    ... the whole of Sanlucar was up at the bar, where a total of twelve waiters were doling up a choice of up to 60 different fish tapas of every variety imaginable. Now Sanlucar is famous all over spain for the quality of its catch. SPaniards look out especially for Sanlucar fish in the market and in other cities you will often find menus offering "Gambas a la Plancha" for one price, the further down "Gambas de Sanlucar" for another, much higher price. Being used ...

    Seville's Feria de Abril and Cadiz

    A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger on Apr 26, 2007

    1 comment, 65 photos

    ... the Cathedral and the Giralda Bell Tower. Even on a forced march - the Cathedral took about an hour and then the climb to the top of the Bell Tower - no elevator - but it was a continuous ramp - due to the fact that back in the day - riders on horseback were able to make the climb to the top. The views from the top were beautiful and well worth the effort! The orange grove in the cloisters is beautiful from this vantage point. The views to the ...