Hotel HG Gaona

Cordoba s/n, Peligros, Andalusia, 18210 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cordoba s/n, Peligros, is near Monasterio Cartuja, Carmen de los Martires, Trixi Madrid - Bike Tours, and Calle Elvira.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel HG Gaona Peligros

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Peligros

Cerro del Pozuelo

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Nov 04, 2013

9 photos

... of the GR7 long-distance footpath and there should therefore be plentiful red and white marker posts around, which there aren't. However, as this path is a good one and is going down towards the river which I'm supposed to cross, I decide to keep following it.

Not a bad decision in the end, but only after a lot of winding about through the olive groves on the hillside opposite the village! The village gradually drops away below me, but for quite a while I'm heading in ...

Hiking in Andalucia

A travel blog entry by amlinnen on Jun 26, 2013

3 comments, 7 photos

... droppings, passing gloomy abandoned huts glued to steep slopes, crossing another stream and into a cherry orchard. Cherries are big, dark and sumptuous. Anne-Marie is pulling my hand away slightly, terrified that the owner might chase us away. As if! The garden is quiet but for occasional chirping and soothing sound of a brook spilling cool clear water. is here in this arid climate one truly understands that water is ...


A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on May 20, 2013

12 photos

... say, I'll be crying when I bid my goodbyes. I hope to return again, to see my family, my city, and any friends that haven't graduated and moved away. I know that I have grown so much by living here. I have gained a self-confidence and a strength that I didn't know I was capable of. I struggled, I overcame, I cried, and I laughed. This will forever be an experience that I'll hold in my heart. The one word that describes my whole experience, and life up to this point, ...

An important lesson learned today!

A travel blog entry by jpearson on Apr 25, 2013

... of which spoke a little broken English. Nevertheless, a conversation of sorts ensued and we learned about each others travels, families, and whatever else we could, on our 30-50 word vocabulary. One woman came from Mexico and visiting Spain had been a life long dream. She raised her children alone and, finally growing tired of their mom unable to fulfill her dream, they bought her airline tickets and a rail pass for Spain. The other woman, ...


A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jun 17, 2012

17 photos

... over beers, tapas and the odd 1.5 litre bottle of sangria in the plaza, heard some of their crazy stories:
- English Sooty (like from Sooty and Sweep) has done two tours of duty in Afghanistan in a bomb squad unit, when he is disarming bombs the songs that he plays in his mind are Jamiraquai and once his whole unit was put on three days temporary leave without weapons after walking through a field of marijuana and getting completely wasted; ...