La Cueva Park

Address: Autovia A-382 Jerez Arcos km 3.5, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11406, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Autovia A-382 Jerez Arcos km 3.5, Jerez De La Frontera, is near Plaza del Mercado.
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    Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera

    Day 9 Andalusia - Cadiz

    A travel blog entry by pennyann29 on Aug 08, 2015

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    After a late night and long day, we all had a slow start. Decided to try Cadiz after recommendations from Julie and Emma. Took a while to find parking, they park bumper to bumper but we found a spot in the car park by the hospital. Very very hot, saw the cathedral from the outside and went to the market area, very busy but all the different tapas places looked great. We are going to come back next week, on ...

    The home of Pedro Ximenez

    A travel blog entry by mackles on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... We had about 15 minutes to walk, towing pretty heavy suitcases, to our hotel. It was the first time its been hot. I was even sweating by the time we got to the hotel. Time to finally break out the shorts and put the down jackets away.

    We had a bit of a look around and got ourselves oriented - sort of. In the centre of the old town, with very narrow streets that go in all directions. No cars are allowed because they can't fit down most ...

    Day 12: The Dancing Horses of Andalucia

    A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 23, 2013

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    ... Afterwards I tried to visit the Museo de Bellas Artes but to my disappointment I found it to be closed. Instead I just walked around the city, along the river Guadalquivir and saw the bullring and Torre Oro, a dodecagonal military watchtower. As I walked back towards the centre, I began to giggle as I saw Miyako walking towards me sipping on a limon granizado as always. I read that it's a great experience walking through the Barrio Santa Cruz ...

    1407. A Surprisingly History Rich City

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 24, 2012

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    ... period as I was trying to figure out what next to do with my life. It was during this time that I developed the original concept for a Global Parkbench Tour: going out every day to play music in a public place. As I didn't have money to travel during this time, I'd just go to a nearby park in Los Palacios and play for the local youth--who seemed to really enjoy it. But one day, I decided to go to another city with my ...

    Day two, farmland, tunnels and flats

    A travel blog entry by soporific on Apr 12, 2012

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    ... so after we waited a while I asked for "la cuenta". The waitress said the last course was still coming, didn't I want it. I looked at Ron but he wasn't communicating much still. After a hesitation I said that I did still want it. We sat and waited some more and Ron said I should have said no and that we could still go. I said I was really hungry, the last course was what I had actually been most interested in, and I really needed to eat. The last course was finally served. It ...