Hotel El Molino del Puente

Address: Puente de Durcal, s/n, Durcal, Andalusia, 18650, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Puente de Durcal, s/n, Durcal.
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    Travel Blogs from Durcal

    Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

    A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... to keep our home sanitised from sticky fingers, gunky slippers, the recurring illnesses, ongoing sleepless nights and little time for stuff we used to do made us take stock and led us to where we are today in Spain. The last few wet Winters made us decide that we have to do this year away before Alex starts school in September 2015, otherwise it probably won't happen. We agreed that if we could get the boys into some sort of childcare here in Spain, then we ...

    Arcos de Frontera

    A travel blog entry by annrowberg on Jun 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... at an olive oil press for a tour. It wasn't impressive looking at first. It was a family owned place and the owner gave us the tour. Then he took us in the back for an olive oil tasting. I really learned a lot about olive oil. The owner also make wine. So he gave us a tasting and it was delicious! Most of us bought both the wine and oil. And this place is right outside of this hill town with a castle in ruins at the top. Incredibly picturesque. So we drove up ...


    A travel blog entry by millilloyd on Jul 26, 2013

    7 photos

    Granada was of the two towns a Spanish friend recommend! It was mystical and exciting. Very tired after our night train we forced ourselves to go on the 'Waterfall' tour run by our hostel. By this time I have figured out that I am totally smitten with our beaches and maybe waterfalls too! We walk (felt like a run) through the city following this guide to catch a bus up into the hills. After a very hot walk up, ...

    The Town That You Live In

    A travel blog entry by ar1656 on Jun 15, 2013

    1 comment, 58 photos

    ... I've also noticed a lot of graffiti, which (as I've mentioned before) I absolutely love! Expect to see more pictures of graffiti in the upcoming weeks, I might compile them into one entry eventually. The graffiti here is artistic or political in nature, not just gibberish gang names like in the US and I have to admit, I can respect that. It adds so much to the character of Granada and expressed so much about the time that Spaniards live in.

    Spain is ...

    I'm Never Leaving Granada

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Apr 22, 2013

    8 photos

    ... afternoon.

    Friday starts the fun stories... or adventurous to say the least. Since the rest of our program was leaving for Morocco for the weekend, Krysta and I decided to go to Nerja and spend the day on the beach since the weather was supposed to be beautiful again. Earlier in the week we had bought tickets so that there wouldn't be a chance of missing the bus again. We also gave ourself enough time to catch the city bus and make it to the bus station. At 8:15 sharp ...