Hotel Don Ignacio

Address: Paseo Maritimo s/n, San Jose, Costa de Almeria, Province of Almeria, Andalucia, 04118, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Paseo Maritimo s/n, San Jose, is near Cathedral of Cadiz, Camera Obscura, Torre Tavira, and Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz).
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    Travel Blogs from San Jose

    An Uneventful Two Days

    A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 15, 2015

    1 comment

    We woke up in Portugal, and went for a swim in the pool. After, we hit the road, and headed to a mall. There we ate and shopped around for a little. We all had sandwiches with tomato, pesto and mozzarella. From there, we headed back to our little house in Southern Spain. We had pizza we bought the previous day ...

    One week left!

    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Mar 07, 2015

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    ... Bees are missing me, three points from the last four games, off the top of the table and struggling with Bristol now ahead of us and Grimsby catching both up, I need to get back and do my bit. Still, we only have three weeks at home before we go away again, this time for a week in Turkey, going to Antalya and then up into capadoccia, where it's now -7 at night in the ...

    Jerez de la Frontera

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... clear, not that
    rich nutty brown we know. The aroma is the same, just spirity and the brandy is
    no different. What we did however, after the first tasting, was take a second
    tasting of the older sherry on sale. These are divine. Some of these have been
    sitting and aging for a number of years and the flavour is full and round. We
    asked about sending some home, but the import tax for Australia and the /USA is
    such that it would be three times the price. We leave here ...

    Wine and Horses!

    A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... Gonzalez Byass Winery, glad that the tasting is at the end of the tour. I know we are on holiday, but it really is just a little early.....This winery was established in 1835 and is still in the hands of the fifth generation of the Gonzalez family. We are told that the winery ships to over 350 foreign countries, more than any other Spanish exporter. There is a impressive display of wine barrels with the company name, and a barrel for each country ...

    The oldest city in Europe

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Mar 01, 2013

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    ... it is a case of looking at 2 maps (plus the geocaching map if you are inclined to the same hobby as me!) to spot everything throughout the little streets.

    The city is crammed into such a small space, it is easy to navigate and you don't need a car... But if your expecting to see signs of this being the oldest continually inhabited city then you may be disappointed. In my view its just like any other Spanish city (lovely of course) but smaller.