Tierra de Vinos

Address: Avda. San Juan Bosco, 4, La Palma del Condado, Andalusia, 21700, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avda. San Juan Bosco, 4, La Palma del Condado.
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    Travel Blogs from La Palma del Condado

    Day 5: The Roman Ruins

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 05, 2021

    59 photos

    ... today the entrance is free! Considering Spain's economic woes, I almost feel guilty. Almost. Rome... Pompeii... the Pyramids... visiting a great historical place during a Superhike is a very special thing--and even more special when it's unexpected. Italica may not have the grandeur of these other sites, but I'm really going to enjoy it all the same. The first main structure is the amphitheatre, which was the 3rd largest in the Roman ...

    Introduction and a short (kind of) History Lesson

    A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... educate yourself - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_ dressage

    Centered Riding is a concept developed by Sally Swift which involves improving ones body awareness both on and off the horse. This was one of the main reasons why I chose this equestrian center (the fact that its in Spain didn't hurt either). I am very interested in body language and non-verbal communication, and our interactions with horses are prime examples of the effects of our body (a lot of ...

    1414. The Jewel I Almost Missed

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 27, 2012

    50 photos

    ... Superhike is a very special thing--and even more special when it's unexpected. Italica may not have the grandeur of these other sites, but I'm really going to enjoy it all the same. The first main structure is the amphitheatre, which was the 3rd largest in the Roman Empire, seating some 25,000 people. It's pretty decayed--which kind of adds to it's charm, giving it more of an Indiana Jonesish feel with it's crumbling stone, rather than an artificial polished ...

    Riding through the Sierras

    A travel blog entry by jamie_pete on May 17, 2009

    3 photos

    ... extended for almost 5 kms up to Las Nieves. I thought my legs would burst, but I was determined not to stop and walk and sheer bloodimindedness got me over the top and into some shade for a quick slurp of juice and a snack. My reward was to descend into the wide plains around Seville where things levelled out. As I got closer to Seville I switched on my satnav to guide me to the hotel and blow me if it didnīt take me on a hugely complicated route, through impossibly narrow ...

    Toros De Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by murse on Apr 28, 2008

    7 photos

    ... for the most dangerous maneuver yet. He must reach over the bulls head thrusting a sword between its shoulders into the aorta. He aims and with one stab the bull falls dead. The crowd roars waving white handkerchiefs in the air. Agustin is awarded the bulls ear for his performance. He circles the ring with the bulls ear in hand as the crowd cheers throwing their hats to the brave fighter. ...