Huerto de Lobras

Address: Calle Iglesia 2, Lobras, Andalusia, 18449, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Calle Iglesia 2, Lobras.
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        Travel Blogs from Lobras

        Burgos and surrounds

        A travel blog entry by seanix on Oct 24, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... as. Near there we visited what looks to be an old cow shed set in countryside that has troglodyte dwellings. Discovered in the 1920s, this site is now believed to date back as early as the year 680 and is a rare example of a building that is completely Visigothic in design. The church, known as the Ermita or Hermitage, also contains what is believed to be the earliest representation of Christ in Spanish religious art. The whole experience was overwhelmingly ...

        Another day, another parador ...

        A travel blog entry by seanix on Oct 23, 2015

        1 comment, 11 photos

        ... the town to the pilgrim route (see pix). Today we visited two outstanding examples of very early Romanesque churches that show both Arab and Spanish influences, a style that goes under the name Mozarabic. The first was San Miguel de Escalada, a tiny 10th century church in an isolated rural area - very fitting for the cult of 'the hermit'. This is a very austere church that shows signs of both Visigothic and ...

        Serene Sepulveda

        A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 22, 2015

        ... actually convent, so perhaps some socialising went on?).

        2. Penaranda, originally a Celtics fortress village that still has ruins of a medieval castle on a hill above the town. We parked at the end of the town and walked through an arch dated 1666 along narrow lanes until we came to the main part, where there was again a large Renaissance palace. This one had an impressive courtyard and white marble staircase. Unfortunately we couldn't see inside because ...


        A travel blog entry by cecilia74 on Sep 17, 2015

        10 photos

        ... people stared at me (but also greeted me (back) in a friendly manner), probably they don't see many young tourists here, or solo ones? I only saw a few other tourists, it being a week day, and they were all over 60.
        One old guy on a terrace started babbling all kinds of questions at me but he had so few teeth that I couldn't make out what he was saying. So in the end I just acted like I ...

        Last full day for the Amigos

        A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 21, 2014

        ... after having taken the statutory photos, had pointed out vaguely the way we needed to go. Eventually we found the way out and continued. As luck would have it, a turn into the town centre found us two kerbside parking spaces adjacent to a very good tapas bar where a good lunch for €17 including drinks was had at a pavement table. The next stint caused a satnav disagreement but not before we had been to the slowest petrol station with the longest refuelling stop ever. With ...