Hotel Urturi Golf

Address: c/ Arriba s/n, Urturi, Basque, 01118, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on c/ Arriba s/n, Urturi.
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Travel Blogs from Urturi

Day 12 - Logrono - Ventosa - 18.4 kms

A travel blog entry by anne.l.lewis60 on Sep 12, 2015

14 photos

... realise that a council worker was hosing the street down after the nights festivities, with a high pressure hose. Right .....,poncho off, in another tangle and a smile and 'gracios' for the security guard. So the day started with light drizzle for about 5 mins and then continued to be overcast and slightly humid. As the day wore on it became quite hot and humid, but we were signed into our Albergue by about 2.15pm. We have been so fortunate with the weather so far and hope it ...

Day 8 Los Argos to Viana to Logrono

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Jul 21, 2015

18 photos

... next to the NZers who we had met on the path into the town. I mused that the bulls would be along any minutes and one of the locals overheard and said no, mañana. So it really was happening. The narrow streets choked with red and white people as we drank beer and Pintxo. Then the giant puppets turned up and paraded to the town square. We contemplated stopping here and catching a taxi to Logrono in the ...

Najera to Santo Domingo

A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 08, 2015

48 photos

... opened up onto a balcony to the historic streets below, and I felt like Rapunzel. The building was originally a castle for royalty, before being repurposed into a pilgrims hospital. And the stone archways in the lounge area create plenty of drama and a great backdrop for your medieval daydreaming. The 12th Century church and museum is worth a look, as is the sweet chocolate/pastry shop that had very good chocolate with very good almonds. The green grocers ...

Beneficial sexism and the housing crisis

A travel blog entry by harrietmarsden on Jan 24, 2015

... re all still obsessed with living independently? Is it just an English thing? Why do we think we've failed if we're still living at home? Why do we value moving out so highly? Do we really value it, or do we pretend to in order to sound more grown up? Is it just cos our parents wouldn't have us back?!

Seriously, I have no idea. Maybe the Europeans have the right idea. But apparently, my BS flatmate has broken the Spanish mold, and has just moved out of his parents' place. But ...

DAY 15 - Azofra to Ciruena

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 02, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... for 18 holes) but decided against it, even though we will be spending the rest of the day and evening in a much older (founded 972 by Sancho II, King of Navarra) nearby village. We spotted Casa Victoria, our casa rural for the night, as we entered the tiny (27 residents) village of Ciruena at 9:20 after 6.6 miles. A small bar was located a few steps away, so we stationed our gear and ourselves there, temporarily, until we could check in at 12:30 pm. The bar was a rest ...