Hotel Plaza Escribano

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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    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 20, 2012

    11 photos

    ... in Cuenca. I must've valued "silence" and "writing".
    After four days, I was happy when I ran into Simon - the black-haired Bulgarian who'd driven me to Cuenca. He spoke Spanish in a strong, sweet way that made him seem intelligent and friendly. Because I traveled and wrote, he called me a "Hemingway". He reminded me that Hemingway had been in Spain, had fought in its Civil War, and had written books about it.
    He ...

    Sand, sand and yet more sand

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 29, 2012

    4 comments, 22 photos

    ... El Rocio the road was one long procession of horse-boxes and fancy wagons on trailers, all making their way to the fiesta. Horses and horsemanship play a big part in the celebrations. The campsite was rapidly filling up too, but it started raining heavily in the evening and we felt sorry for all the people arriving in the dark and wet – though they sounded very cheerful, as only Spaniards ...

    Bulls and Horses

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 28, 2009

    31 photos

    ... from towns all over Spain. However the town council (if indeed there is one) never got round to building the roads. Whilst these buildings are set out in a straightforward grid pattern, with shady parks across the centre, all the roads are sand. And whilst on the two main streets this sand is quite firm, elsewhere this is soft dune-like sand. If you do not have a 4x4 or a horse, steer clear of the side roads! In ...

    Cordoba, Spain

    A travel blog entry by rnriggins on Jun 08, 2007

    19 photos

    ... during their reign. Ferdinand and Isabel donated the castle to the Inquisition in 1482, and it became an administrative and ecclesiastical center. The building today is very bare and offers little other than views of the area from the wall watchtowers. The highlight of the Alcazar is the amazing water terraces, fountains and gardens. The gardens were very well-tended and gave us many great places in which to take pictures. We continued to see lots of American tourists, including ...

    We're moving toward the 4 week mark... oh no!

    A travel blog entry by bloomingnova on Apr 06, 2006

    ... morning, it is already completed. I LOVE THAT FEELING! So tonight i imagine i'll begin packing for london and continuing my list of must-sees. We will have internet access in London, so feel free to email me and check here for daily updates and new pictures. Speaking of, thank you to everyone who has sent me concerned emails about the situation in Paris. We are very aware of the riots, and ...