Complejo Turistico Rural Nazaret

Address: Paraje de Fuentepi a Carret, Huelva, Andalusia, 21800, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paraje de Fuentepi a Carret, Huelva.
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        Day 15: Huelva

        A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 20, 2021

        31 photos

        ... it... As I looked as his bright, hopeful eyes, I wonder what his life will be like in 10 years... Will he still just be struggling to survive? Will he have found his slot here in the Great European Family? Gone to America? Made a lot of money and gone back to his country and started a business? Given up? It's hard to say. But as times continue to be tough for the average Spaniard, things will probably be even tougher for guys like him. Exploring ...

        Planes, trains and automobiles

        A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 05, 2015

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        ... Oriente Station, the expense probably justified by the weight of one of our bags! It's his washing weighing it down, says Leesa. Lunch is beckoning so we choose a cafe on the lower ground level of the station. Getting comfortable ready to order and then we realise we are in a special "no smoking" section, meaning we are the ones "not smoking". As the tobacco stench consumes our every sense and creates an envelope around us, with our last ...

        Don Quixote de la Mancha

        A travel blog entry by mlp5176 on Jan 23, 2011

        3 comments, 3 photos

        Today we went on a beautiful seven mile hike through the mountains of Spain. It was unreal. We weren't really sure what to expect with this hike. The program description made it sound like a peaceful stroll through the mountainside. I knew this was lies as soon as I saw our hiking guides. If man and bear could mate, our guides were their offspring. Not only were they the tallest men I’ve ever seen, but they had this burly ...

        14 nationalities, 1 fiesta

        A travel blog entry by carefreeaussie on Nov 20, 2010

        So I went to an Erasmus (European student exchange) house party last weekend and it was awesome! There were 13 different nationalities crammed into a tiny little apartment with music blaring and people dancing and drinking and generally doing what it is that crazy Erasmus people do when their away from home. The party was like sitting inside a fruit cocktail, there was so much in it but it all mixed well with the different flavours and fruits complimenting each other. Trying out such ...

        Family day in Huelva

        A travel blog entry by misskitto on May 15, 2010

        14 photos

        ... much older than Toni and Pepe Luis) and her daughter Pastora, who brought her sons Pedro (4), Miguel (2), and Julio (7 months!), and Mari’s son Antonio. After the house tour, we set up the table in the front yard, cracked open a few Cruzcampos, and started eating…and kept eating until oh, 6:30 ish. Honestly the time kind of all blends together because we were outside the entire time chatting and playing with the kids and holding the baby. On that ...