Maria de Molina

Address: Pl del Ayuntamiento, Ubeda, Andalusia, 23400, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Pl del Ayuntamiento, Ubeda.
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      Travel Blogs from Ubeda

      Day 13: Jaen Province

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 16, 2021

      75 photos

      ... put there for the use of the neighbourhood and could be very useful in an emergency. And yet no one seems to care that their neighbourhood is being vandalized in broad daylight. And it’s when neighbors stop caring that a safe, friendly neighbourhood gets turned into a ghetto. Finally a man comes over to them. I heave a sigh of relief. But… what the hell!? He’s not trying to stop them—he’s helping them rip up the pay phone! ...

      Despenaperros

      A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 06, 2014

      1 photo

      A super camping spot amongst the trees, high up in the hills with bright sunlight, a cool breeze and amazing trees for shade and shelter. There is an excellent website for Despenaperros Natural Park, Andalucia with excellent information on the park that describes the area in which we are camping. Another and longer visit is planned! Surrounded by a superb group, a large group, of azure winged magpies, feeding on grasshoppers at the ...

      Mixed roads

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 13, 2014

      ... was very nice. One drawback was that it was very long. The second drawback was that the road around two sides of it was very twisty. The third drawback was that we kept getting caught in traffic which was driving incredibly slowly. RL is not the most patient of people and it was necessary to undertake a few 'aggressive' overtakes! Finally we arrived at our hotel which was, literally, in the middle of nowhere. Reception were somewhat surprised to ...

      The train from Jaen!

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Aug 12, 2014

      ... station by taxi and caught the train back to Jerez de la Frontera. The train is direct going through both Cordoba and Seville as it winds it's way through the bone dry August landscape where the only life is the tough indestructible olive grove as far as the eye can see. This is a bleak landscape of strong light and withering heat.

      Back in Jerez we had a well earned rest. Our next journey is the start of our trip home when we are off to Seville on 18/8.
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      Capella!

      A travel blog entry by hannahspain on Jun 02, 2012

      5 photos

      ... were leaking sap). The torreros came out, waved to the crowd, then unleashed the bull. Now, this was not a full grown nose-ring bearing bull, this was a baby of about 6 months, though it still could easily knock a full grown man over and poke you with its little horns. The other difference though, is that since the bull is smaller, it can manuver more quickly and run faster. This type of bull fighting is quite different from the real thing, the ...