Abades Santa Lucia

Address: Autovia A44 Via Bailen-Motril Km 67, Campillo de Arenas, Andalusia, 23130, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Autovia A44 Via Bailen-Motril Km 67, Campillo de Arenas.
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Travel Blogs from Campillo de Arenas

Lazy walk about Day

A travel blog entry by suzandpatsy on May 27, 2015

4 photos

Hi..we woke up late.finally up and out for coffee at 1000..shops just opening. We walked along the river of Granada..and found a supper place to sit and people watch..and drink coffee. with croissants. We window shopped..wandered in and out of stores..found new roads/alleys.. Pretty nice morning all in all. Came home and ..napped ...

Camp Granada

A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 27, 2014

4 comments, 24 photos

... br> with the water,
in the middle,
Nasri Palace,
has nice lattice,
And the Moorish walls are very visual...

The Sultana,
And her Master,
In their palace,
Of Moorish plaster,
Very comfy,
in the country,
Until the fall of Muslim, for them a disaster...

Christians came then,
Made some changes,
Charles the fifth,
He re-arranges,
Makes ...

Moorish Spain

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jan 31, 2014

15 photos

... of arabic words still in the spanish language like sugar, Azucar. We had never even heard of the Alhambra before we read the Lonely Planet section on Spain - it never ceases to amaze me how much I don't know about all the hidden gems in Europe and how little I know about European history despite being a European! Between racing motorbikes and going to work, there never seemed much time for anything else! No regrets though...first ...

Muy bien! No se?

A travel blog entry by aquirkybunchof2 on Oct 05, 2013

12 photos

... placement". We were also told not to guess and only answer what we knew. Amount of questions answered: 0. Clearly, when we said beginner, we should have been more specific. Our Spanish course consisted of the two of us; Susan, a 60-something Australian who had a naughtier streak than us; Jens, too German and Swiss for his own good; Ludiwig, a Parisian who'd quit the fashion industry and opened an ice cream parlour in the Albaicin instead; and Pia from ...

I've Made a Terrible Mistake

A travel blog entry by mel44 on Aug 15, 2013

6 photos

... no use. The whirling dervish, as my cousin Erica calls it, had started. Had I watched the No Reservations episode on Spain and assumed my eating here would be all coastal cookouts of fresh fish with Anthony Bourdain and Ferran Adria? Of course I had. Had I imagined that I would wander around sun kissed from small café to small café maybe a light glistening of sweat on my skin from the heat, reading, picking up a little Spanish, eating and drinking and ...