Hospederia de Alesves

Address: Bajo el Arco, 34, Villafranca, Navarra, 31330, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bajo el Arco, 34, Villafranca, is near Rancho Texas Park, Jardin de Cactus, Music Hall Tavern, and Jardin Canario.
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    Travel Blogs from Villafranca

    These feet were made for walking.

    A travel blog entry by marcusjcollins on Oct 15, 2015

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    ... found the bus station where a very helpful girl told us which bus to catch to visit the old part of the city which was pedestrianised and really pleasant. Another bus took us back along the waterfront to return to the ship for some very late lunch, some time with our books and watching the sail away and then dinner and ...

    Maspalomas Beach

    A travel blog entry by larryandjackie on Oct 04, 2015

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    ... the beach there was an option to have a ride on a camel, which was actually a dromedary but we took a pass as we had done this years ago in Morocco and found them very smelly and unpleasant (compared to horses).
    There are many sailboats and they have some famous sailing regatta in November which is a race from here to America and is very far and takes about 2-3 weeks. This was the place where Columbus stopped on his famous voyages to ...

    10 Things To Do In Gran Canaria During Winter

    A travel blog entry by erikatravels on Aug 03, 2015

    ... can pick up local specialities like chorizo and herbs.
    3. Uncover the mystery of Barranco de Guayadeque
    A stone's throw away from the island's southern beaches, you'll stumble across Barranco de Guayadeque. At first glance, it looks like any other evergreen valley, but as you draw nearer you'll clock some mysterious doors in the cliffside. They lead into a labyrinth of natural and man-made caves, once used as pre-historic burial sites. Many of ...

    Canary Smugglers

    A travel blog entry by illuminati on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 81 photos

    ... a papoose. The dwellings clung like a barnacle. Granite boulders stood like strong, silent sentinels.

    Innumerable hairpin bends on 15 degree slopes sliced and cut from the stone led us to our repast. A wonderful lunch venue at the summit brought us an easy and all-to-accessible red vin de table and peasant vegetable soup, with goats cheese and fresh tomato on the side. The ceiling was glass and the mood was uncomplicated.

    The slow growing laurel ...

    Cruise - Day 7

    A travel blog entry by argyles on Apr 03, 2015

    ... to it. The town was covered in Palm trees and the air temperature was 25C. This is at current, my favourite port. The waters in Gran Canaria were very turquoise, creating the Caribbean feel. Along the quayside and throughout the town, there were many palm trees. After walking from the ship, we went to the adjacent shopping centre where there was free wifi. Thankfully it let me upload ...