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

Hace mucho calor!

A travel blog entry by jpedmanson on Jul 01, 2015

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Two days of baking heat so up and doing early. Yesterday I set off early for the Cathedral and Chapel. One easily forgets the heat in those cool marble surrounds. Was happy to spend considerable time in contemplation! The walk back up the hill in the midday sun was somewhat more arduous and it was with relief I unlocked the gate to Carmen de la Alcubilla del Caracol. Time for a siesta ... Woken to a fierce north ...

White knuckle ride

A travel blog entry by grajeras on Jan 24, 2015

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... on the inside throwing up clouds of orange dust. And when the road on the other side was clear, double overtaking occurred. When things settle down on the race for a space game, we got to look out at the scenery. Something that was interesting to see were a number of wedding reception tents, set up by the side of the road. An open marquee, beautifully decorated in bright colours, with some mats that the guest chairs are placed on. Incredible, when you ...

Madrid Museums

A travel blog entry by kenandmarette on Oct 21, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... and I should let you know that prostitution is legal in Madrid, which makes it very interesting to stroll. M Sunday was the Reina Sofia museum of modern art. It has an extensive collection concerned with art before and after WW11. Like the Prado, it focuses on Spanish artistes. Picasso , Miro, Dali are names we know, but they didn't work in a vacuum. Julio Gonzalez, Jaun Gris and Oskar Schlemmer were wonderful artists and were working in the same time frame. There was also much about ...

An Unexpected Festival of Crosses

A travel blog entry by hstephens123 on May 03, 2014

32 photos

... kicking up water in the fountains. However every door, every archway, every wall and ceiling and floor was completely decorated with geometrical designs and carvings. Some look painted, many seem to have been carved into plaster and stuck to the walls, but every inch seems to have detail inscribed into it. Room after room, the time and effort and detail that has gone into them is astounding, and the preservation and restoration almost more so, that this is still around for us to see ...

Granada Paseo

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 20, 2013

17 photos

... minimum travel language in any country is the language of manners (greetings, farewells, thanks, apologies), most other necessary stuff seems to be possible by non verbal means.

My other observations for today are that too many Europeans still smoke a lot and I find it hard to live with. I am so glad Oz has removed this habit from public life, almost. Also, the French and the Spanish are mad about little dogs and take them everywhere.

The soup at home tonight was ...