Tierra de Vinos

Address: C/Almonte, 4, La Palma del Condado, Andalusia, 21700, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on C/Almonte, 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

    ... city to my Superhike. So next morning I'm off before dawn again, taking the bus to Camas (which I visited back in 2010. From there I'll take a short walk north to Santiponce... and right beyond Santiponce, is the remains of the ancient Roman City, Italica. Santiponce is an attraction all on it's own. There's an old monastary that you can visit here. It isn't open yet when I arrive--but I decide to wander around until opening time to check it ...

    1414. The Jewel I Almost Missed

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 27, 2012

    50 photos

    ... 2010. From there I'll take a short walk north to Santiponce... and right beyond Santiponce, is the remains of the ancient Roman City, Italica. Santiponce is an attraction all on it's own. There's an old monastary that you can visit here. It isn't open yet when I arrive--but I decide to wander around until opening time to check it out. On my way around town I find yet another cool discovery: a large Roman amphitheatre right in the middle of the town. I can't ...

    Itálica

    A travel blog entry by mariatillema on Sep 17, 2010

    2 comments, 23 photos

    According to the Lonely Planet:

    "Itálica is the most impressive Roman site in Andalucía. Itálica was the first Roman town in Spain, founded in 206 BC and was the birthplace of the 2nd-century-AD Roman emperor Trajan, and probably of his ...

    First night in Seville

    A travel blog entry by travelbee on Jul 05, 2007

    2 comments, 5 photos

    HE SAID: 2.5 hours by train and we arrived in Seville. Our hotel reminded me of the Medina in Morocco where the cab drivers can never take you to the front door of the hotel. They simply drop you off on a street that cars are unable to go down and point to the direction for us to walk. We knew from before that we would be lucky if in fact we were dropped off at the right ...

    It's over... sort of

    A travel blog entry by catedoyle on May 18, 2007

    ... other girls who had gone - she was the epitome of everything I hate: chain smoking, dirty, slutty, *****y, immature, irresponsible, bossy, and catty. I did manage to get through the three days without any big confrontations, though, so that's an achievement (for those of you who know me, you know patience isn't one of my strongest qualities). I hung out with some of my Spanish friends during Semana Santa, which was fun since I hadn't seen some of them in awhile because ...