La Redonda

los lecheros s/n, San Roque, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11369, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the La Guardia Airport area of San Roque, is near The Rock of Gibraltar, Dolphin Adventure, Upper Rock Nature Reserve, and San Roque Golf.
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    Travel Blogs from San Roque

    The Alchemist (1-46)

    A travel blog entry by retdude on Mar 18, 2014

    Santiago (a Shepard) went to a city 4 years ago and he met this amazing girl that was the merchants daughter. He loved her. When it was time for him to go back to the town, he stopped at a psychic and tried to get help about this reoccurring dream about a young child taking him to the Egyptian ...


    A travel blog entry by cliffordwakeman on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... story.

    I love Tarifa, there is something very special about this place, it's hard to explain and stems from a broad combination of things, It just feels good here.
    The beaches are very nice, the scenery is pretty and the people are friendly but when this all comes together consistently, day in, day out, you begin to open up and really feel this town, stroll around, smell it, hear it and look out over it. Tarifa is Honest, alive and happy.

    Post-visit: (0339) Swimming in Tamud

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 03, 2013

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    ... region, so I choose paella, a Spanish dish. After all, for good or for bad, this part of Morocco has had and always will have a special connection with Spain. I finish it off with a typical Moroccan avocado and nuts juice and a Spanish flan... slowly head to the collective taxi station... catch a taxi to Tetouan... back to Casablanca. Goodbye North Morocco. Goodbye Tanger Superhike. It's been an amazing ...

    Post-visit: Ksar Sghir (0341) This Ancient Port

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on May 01, 2013

    27 photos

    ... out of Spain long before that. So I googled "Moriscos", and learned something I didn't know about Spanish/Moorish history.

    See, when Spain decided to drive out all the non-Christians from their country, many Muslims opted to convert to Christianity rather than be exiled from their homes. These people were called "Moriscos". They were the tradesmen and working class--playing an important part of the Spanish economy.

    Then, some 150 years later, a Spanish king ...

    Post-visit: Gibraltar at Dawn

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 11, 2013

    4 photos

    ... only. I may not even be allowed to walk along it. Plus it's a pretty ugly stretch of industrial and commercial sprawl. Also, I have to be back at work in Casablanca tomorrow, so I really don't want to push my luck. I must get on that ferry at a good hour. But when I arrive in Algeciras before dawn, I decide I'm going to give it a shot. I hop on the bus to La Linea, and we head off into the darkness. I get off the bus on the outskirts of La ...