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

    Leaving Portugal

    A travel blog entry by antonian81 on Feb 23, 2015

    So sad to say goodbye to the Hensmans on another lovely blue but windy day. Also sad to leave Pat and Mary Millet, our very Irish neighbours. We then went to Monte Gordo Municipal site, did laundry, argued and Ludo was very barky. He was obviously missing S and G too. MG seemed even more dingy since we were there in 2013 and the showers were 'camp' showers of the lowest order. Still no hot water to wash up in but ok washing machines. After a few days ...

    Escale à Mazagon - Stopover in Mazagon

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jan 27, 2015

    Ce matin nous nous sommes promenés dans le village de Isla Canela et sommes partis vers midi dans la direction de Mazagon plus à l'Est. La mer était comme un miroir, le soleil était très chaud, le haut de maillot de bain a même fait sa sortie, un 27 janvier, c'est pas mal! Nous sommes dans le port de Mazagon pour la nuit et repartons demain après midi en ...

    THE MARSHES

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on May 20, 2012

    11 photos

    ... visiting a lot of Spanish cities.
    Sevilla had an old town that was more disorderly than Cordoba's. Simple black balconies glanced sleepily from every window on every three-story building. The color of each building, and the color of the trim surrounding each building, were usually faded and clashed with each other. What color could match faded orange? The most typical building was a strawberry-and-banana mix, ...

    Here comes the sun, la la la la la

    A travel blog entry by claesch on Jun 09, 2009

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    ... the amount of space that is safe between you and the car in front of you. The Portuguese do not seem to think these are relevant. The area of the border we crossed had a very cool bridge spanning the natural river border between the two countries.   

     Almost immediately after crossing the border into Spain, we noticed a difference in the distance between cars which was strange since we should have had the same cars around us on both sides of the ...

    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 ...