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

Under the Siege

A travel blog entry by anya_chan on Dec 04, 2014

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... dość duże, zatem zamiast kupować obiad, można wypić trzy szklanki piwa i przy okazji się najeść. Tak, szklanki, cańas, nie kufle, nie pinty. Ponoć dlatego, że w tym klimacie piwo za szybko robi się ciepłe, ale może prawdziwą przyczyną są słabe głowy Hiszpanów...

Nie wiemy, czy, gdyby bohater wiersza Swietłowa odwiedził Granadę dzisiaj, miasto sprostałoby ...


A travel blog entry by juliesspain on Sep 23, 2014

We have spent a lot of time touring the Alambra , yet another special feature of Spain . We included a night tour that was very impressive - Spanish history is really complicated We have stayed in an area that has a very Morrocan atmosphere including narrow alleys with traders pushing their wears. We have both bought loads of little trinkets to add to the previously purchased gifts . I'm starting to ...

The Very Old and the Very New

A travel blog entry by heatherandmike on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 13 photos

... and Chicken with Couscous. No alcohol served but we had delicious lemonade with fresh mint. Wandered the narrow alleys of the Albayzin where you can stock up on all of your belly dancing accoutrements - great ideas for Christmas gifts - look out ladies!

That's all for now. We are going to try our hand at driving again tomorrow and plan a stop in Rondo to see the large - and first I believe - bull fighting ring.

Love Heather (Mom) xx

Southern Spain - Alicante, Granada and Tarrogona

A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Jul 27, 2013

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... so we got a good 6 hours in for only 15 Euros which was great. I forgot to mention that Hannah had successfully blown a jandal while we were up at the lake, so we tried to find her a pair of jandals but what we didn't realise at the time was that nothing really opens on a Sunday in these smaller towns in Europe, so she had to make do with a Jandal that was held together with a hair pin for the rest of the day. We booked in to see La Alhambra the next day, and also ...

¡A La Marcha!

A travel blog entry by jessicadonels on Jun 20, 2013

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... by Cafe Quijano. We were a little apprehensive at first--when we walked into the theatre, we were the only concert goers there under 40. But, it was a program excursion and the tickets were paid for long before we came to Granada. Of course, the music was fantastic. Cafe Quijano is a band of three brothers and two instrumentalists, and their songs can best be compared to American soft rock--with a Spanish flair, of course. Their songs were ...