Hotel Plaza Escribano

Address: Lora Tamayo, 5, Moguer, Andalusia, 21800, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Lora Tamayo, 5, Moguer.
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      Travel Blogs from Moguer

      Introduction and a short (kind of) History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 06, 2014

      3 photos

      ... in spanish horses, olives, dogs or just lying in the sun.

      Probably the most significant part about the hacienda, like almost every other farm in this part of Spain, are the olives. They farm organic olives and olive oil. Not being a huge olive fan myself, this is not the most exciting part of the farm but the process is pretty cool and if you are interested you can learn more about it here - http://www.dosolivosecuestre.com/inicio /our-story/olive-farming.
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      THE MARSHES

      A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 20, 2012

      11 photos

      ... I was going to see Don Quixote's "molinos"!
      What were those?
      It was explained to me that they were "grain mills". Don Quixote had seen these hefty white cylinders, with their blades circling around in the wind, and he mistook them for giants. So, riding his horse, he attacked them with his jousting stick. His stick got stuck in the blade, and the molino lifted Don Quixote way up in the air and around. ...

      Sand, sand and yet more sand

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 29, 2012

      4 comments, 22 photos

      ... warm enough for the women in the processions to wear flamenco dresses. In winter the preferred costume for both sexes was some form of horse-related garb – flat caps and padded gilets for the men, or the Clint Eastwood look of sombrero and fringed poncho, while the women wore tweed jackets , boots and trilbies – or, if young and slim enough, skin-tight jodhpurs. I doubt if most ...

      Bulls and Horses

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 28, 2009

      31 photos

      ... strut round the town doing party tricks on their horses, much like Californian youths might cruise the Strip in their flash cars or young motorcyclists do wheelies in the high street. Then on Sunday they parade through town, many dressed in traditional costume, playing guitars and beating drums, making formal visits to the other visiting Hermandads, then parading to the church with their banners (not unlike the old Miners' Gala) ...

      Cadiz, Spain

      A travel blog entry by tklinken on May 16, 2006

      15 photos

      ... to Flower Square, which is their main market and shopping center area. Again in small alleys that are lined with vendors and stores both expensive and inexpensive. In Flower Square were large magnolia trees with some blossoms left on them. Everything is built on right angles so no matter where you go...you'll find yourself if you just keep turning right. Our guide told us we only had 30 minutes in the square, so not to shop. There would be plenty ...