Hotel Piedra Paloma

Ctra. N-340, Km. 149, Estepona, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29680, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Ctra. N-340, Km. 149, Estepona, is near Casco Antiguo (Old Quarter), Selwo Aventura, Estepona Golf, and Palaeontology Museum of Estepona.
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Travel Blogs from Estepona

Why Travelling is Awesome

A travel blog entry by nopiensodiaries on Dec 02, 2013

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... going to work and getting home.

Perspective – You gain clarity of mind like no other. Being away from anything that’s familiar strips you down to the core and leaves you with nothing but your values and opinions and in the meantime, everything you are exposed to shapes and influences them. The journey back from the trip away is always an enlightening one as your mind is reeling from all the new things you have ...

Gibraltar, The Rock

A travel blog entry by dianearmer on Oct 27, 2013

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... lunch. Rather annoyed as departure delayed by bunkering so could have gone into the town. Grrr. Went on deck to wave our union flags on deck at the sail away when it finally happened two hours late due to extended bunkering. Sat out on deck 7 and watched Gibraltar slip into the distance. Wonderful to see dolphins swimming alongside us as we left. Did a load of washing in the laundrette. Went ...

Day 6 - Venture to the Rock of Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by csalas98 on Jun 17, 2013

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... airport houses the Royal Airforce and has about 20 passenger flights a day. A plane as large as the 747 can land and take off on the runway that is 8000 feet. When a plane lands, you are held by the police as the planes have the right away. Look at the images and you can see the runway. It is said that this is the 3rd most dangerous airport in the world. Gibraltar is such a different world than Spain; yet, alot of the workforce crosses over from Spain on a ...

Rock of Gibraltar

A travel blog entry by chalsmfalk on Mar 08, 2013

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... is an English colony! We were leaving Spain and crossing over to "England." Seeing the ocean, I knew we were getting close to Gibraltar. I started watching for the moment when the signs converted from Spanish to English. This day trip brought me back to home a little bit with the English language being spoken everywhere. The little peninsula itself was very interesting. We hopped on a bus after going through the customs. Customs involved an officer boarding our ...


A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope on Dec 15, 2012

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Had only 2 hours or so sleep before getting up to go to the airport by train. Uneventful flight. Landed to a crosswind in Gibraltar. Claps all round on landing. Temperature in the high 10s. Customs was two desks with no queue for non-EU citizens. Left the airport to find an ATM. Crossed Gibraltar Airport's runway. Had empanadas from a supermarket. The walk over to the Main Street reminded me ...