Huerta de las Palomas

Address: Priego-Zagrilla Km 3, Priego de Cordoba, Andalusia, 14800, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Priego-Zagrilla Km 3, Priego de Cordoba.
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      Travel Blogs from Priego de Cordoba

      Granada

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 12, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... Jagger or Michael Hutchence. He stamped, clapped, curled his hands, strutted and flexed his little bum muscles. About 10 minutes in, I suggested we keep moving. There was no answer. I looked at Kerry and her eyes were slightly glazed. 'I think I might watch this for a little while longer' she murmured. 'Oh, for f@&k's sake.' There is definitely a hippie element to Granada. There were lots of young people around in the plazas, practising circus tricks, wearing baggy cotton, ...

      Alhambra

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 15, 2014

      ... and a multi coloured fan. Such fun! It is impossible to describe the Alhambra, so you either have to visit the place yourself or look it up. On Wikipedia these days probably! Having walked around the palaces, gardens and other structures for some 3 1/2 hours we then walked down into Granada for a tapas lunch, following which we visited the cathedral which is vast. A cab back to the hotel gave us a few hours ...

      April 16-17

      A travel blog entry by rachel_ira on Apr 17, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... quickly as loud as they can. Different cultures! The Juhaz's house is under construction. There are 6 storage bins that they stay in. While we were there, there was no power. It still felt like a home there:) We ate dinner outside and the food was really good!! They all make jokes and chatted. Robin would have to interpret for us but they were still funny. The landscape in Portugal is much like California, with rolling hills and some ...

      Our first few weeks teaching!

      A travel blog entry by sarahkatiespain on Oct 20, 2011

      1 comment

      ... The teachers were all very interested to talk to me and learn where I was from, where I was living in Priego, learn about my family, etc. And a few of them gave me their phone numbers insisting that I contact them if I needed help with anything.

      I have already begun to form closer relationships particularly with the first, second, and third grade teachers since I work with them every single day. They are also some of the youngest teachers at my ...

      Priego Sightseeing & Campo Leandro

      A travel blog entry by kcseymour on Oct 16, 2011

      93 photos

      ... and they cover human rights and diversity topics. Spain is historically a very conservative, racist country (harsh but true), so it's been very eye-opening to see how children at such a young age have inherited the tradition of intolerance.

      So, when I'm not clocking in my twelve hours, I'm usually napping, eating, planning trips, or wandering around the picturesque little town of Priego. A few weekends ago we decided to ...