MS Fuente las Piedras

Address: Avenida Fuente de Las Piedras s/n, Cabra, Andalusia, 14940, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Avenida Fuente de Las Piedras s/n, Cabra.
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        Rain again - maybe - maybe not! :-)

        A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Oct 19, 2015

        14 photos

        ... here with cheese and tomato, served on their amazing fresh and crusty bread! We shared a sandwich and an "ensalada mixta." As we sat there waiting for our lunch, the rain appeared - with a vengeance! We debated whether or not we would ride home - and then the rain let up and we decided to go for it - this time with raincoats on . . We are learning! We rode the via verde back to our ...

        Biking in the rain. :-(

        A travel blog entry by jojo-travels on Oct 18, 2015

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... crazy! The bikes were hitting the corners practically on their side! There was a lot of enthusiasm! Difficult to hear anything in this place - especially with our 70 year old hearing . . . The rain appeared in earnest! Oh well . . It did stop just long enough for us to head out and down the street. (It's not so bad when you are out riding and the rain begins - but it's hard to head out in pouring ...

        North Africa to Spain

        A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 03, 2015

        72 photos

        ... this time of the year can be found on wharf and at the fish markets. The locals fought to have an independent fishing industry in their village and used their own funds to build the harbour to ensure this autonomy from the larger ports to the north and south.

        It is here where we found our first Menu del Dia ‘Spanish Style’. As it was a blustery wintery wet day that we trundled cold and hungry into a quaint seafood restaurant ...

        Teba, Robert the Bruce and Ronda

        A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 19, 2014

        23 photos

        ... bits of tiles and pots from the 13th century! I found a piece of green tile and a a piece of terracotta pot. A REAL souvenir. You will all be amazed I haven't bought ANYTHING yet. Staying strong. In the afternoon we were taken to Ronda, a beautiful town overhanging a steep gorge and the gateway to the picturesque white villages of Andalucia. We were let loose to wander around the old town. Had a yummy dirt cheap tapas lunch in town ...

        I want to be a shepherd

        A travel blog entry by iorsbud on Oct 25, 2013

        1 photo

        ... me that become a shepherd. However, i won the argued, he said no more. The next day,he gave me 3 gold coins. I left my home and traveling. The day was dawning, the sun jump out of the horizon, the new day is beginning.
        When I looking the sky, I remember that a old women who can interpret my dream, I need to visit her to make my dreams come true.