La Caseria de Tito

Address: Plaza de la Ermita, 1 - San Bartolome, Ubeda, Andalusia, 23400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Plaza de la Ermita, 1 - San Bartolome, Ubeda.
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      Day 13: Jaen Province

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 16, 2021

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      ... 8212;it’s good to know that there are jobs to be had here in Mongibar, so the town doesn’t have to slowly die as the young gradually leave to seek their fortunes in the city as happens in many towns here in Spain. As soon as I reach the first olive grove I decide to go ahead and call it a night. So staring up at the starry sky, enjoying the cool and the stillness of the evening, I enjoy yet another very pleasant camping experience in Southern ...


      A travel blog entry by johndibbo on Nov 06, 2014

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      A super camping spot amongst the trees, high up in the hills with bright sunlight, a cool breeze and amazing trees for shade and shelter. There is an excellent website for Despenaperros Natural Park, Andalucia with excellent information on the park that describes the area in which we are camping. Another and longer visit is planned! Surrounded by a superb group, a large group, of azure winged magpies, feeding on grasshoppers at the ...

      Mixed roads

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 13, 2014

      Leaving Alarcon Castle was a bit of a challenge. It is a small village but Madame Satnav was going to get us out and back on to the main road. Wasn't she? Well, for a start she didn't seem able to recognise no entry signs or, indeed, roads that had flower pots strategically placed to prevent traffic! Eventually both cars separately made their way to the main road via a number of photo opportunities. During one of these, on a very quiet road out of ...

      The train from Jaen!

      A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Aug 12, 2014

      ... where anyone who bathed too much was considered suspect and the consumption of pork became very popular as proof of no latent Jewish or Islamic beliefs. The baths are quite plain and unadorned but are huge which suggests they were public rather than some posh merchant's domain. It was interesting (and air conditioned) but you would struggle if you have no spanish as there are very few notices in other languages. The art museum was appealing too.



      A travel blog entry by hannahspain on Jun 02, 2012

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      ... So I happily stood behind the wall and took pictues. About 15 mins into the show, one of the younger torreros came up to me and asked if I wanted to go into the ring as a torrera myself! As much as the idea of facing a charging bull (even if it is a small one) scared me, how could I possibly refuse this most likely once-in-a-lifetime experience? So I walked out with him into the ring, leaving behind the safety of the wall. They paired me up with an ...