Hotel El Capi

Address: Carretera de los Canos de Meca, Km. 10, Barbate, Andalusia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera de los Canos de Meca, Km. 10, Barbate, is near Montenmedio Golf and Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Barbate


A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Sep 10, 2014

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It was quite a momentous occasion. On our way from Cadiz to Barbate, our next stop, we passed by Cape Trafalgar, famed for the Battle of Trafalgar where Nelson died but won his great victory against the French and Spanish.

It was a bit underwhelming, actually. The cape seemed somewhat small, its lighthouse no larger than the many others marking ...

Book reflective entry part 2

A travel blog entry by retdude on Mar 23, 2014


Explain the principle of favor ability. Do you think it exists? The principle of favorability is that when you are beginning to realize your personal legend, everything is in your favor. No, I don't believe in favorability. I always try new things and fail at them. ...

Day 3. (47-56).

A travel blog entry by betseylee on Mar 20, 2014

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... br> Santiago's boss wondered why Santiago wanted to be a traveler; with his sheep or to the pyramids. Santiago replied that it was what he dreamed, it was his Personal Legend. Santiago asked the boss if he had every dreamed of travel. Two days later the merchant replied that he was a Muslim and he had always wanted to ...

Well that was an experience

A travel blog entry by lmcquid on Sep 12, 2013

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... hmmm. Now we had chosen Hammadi as it was one of the very few restaurants in the Medina that openly served wine in this predominantly Muslim city but when we asked Casbar for his wine list he regretfully informed us that her did not serve wine. On inquiry he admitted that he was not Hammadi and Abdul must have misunderstood us. Turns out that Casbar probably was a pretty good guy who at the end of a series of apologies ...

1518. Back up to the Rif (Mor 514)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 01, 2013

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... see 2 respectable looking fellows who I assume will help me shake this guy off. But as I approach I realize... oh sh-t... these are crazy drunk guys too!

I'm really getting a bad feeling about this hike--and I haven't even left Tanger yet. I wistfully remember my hikes through the desert where I could go for days and days without ever feeling the slightest bit threatened by anybody. On the contrary, people would go out of ...