Martin Alonso Pinzon

Address: Avenida Conquistadores s/n, Mazagon, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 21130, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida Conquistadores s/n, Mazagon.
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      Escale à Mazagon - Stopover in Mazagon

      A travel blog entry by karele on Jan 27, 2015

      ... Rota. This morning we went for a walk in the old village of Isla Canela and left at around 12 pm in the direction of Mazagon, east of where we were. The sea was extremely flat, like a mirror and the sun was really hot. Even my bikini top made it out of the cupboard! Amazing when you think it is January the 27th!! We are in the Mazagon Marina tonight and we will be leaving tomorrow afternoon for ...

      The Rain in Spain Falls Mainly on Me!

      A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... thing called a siesta. Basically you get to have a break during the hottest part of the day because in summer it actually is too hot to do anything. Right now we are just winding down from the significantly hot weather so siesta is a perfect time to go for a walk or explore the surrounding areas. Also Johanna is very good about providing relevant reading to supplement our lessons. Right now I am reading "The Horses Mind" by Lucy Rees. This is a really interesting book about the ...

      Introduction and a short (kind of) History Lesson

      A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... in spanish horses, olives, dogs or just lying in the sun.

      Probably the most significant part about the hacienda, like almost every other farm in this part of Spain, are the olives. They farm organic olives and olive oil. Not being a huge olive fan myself, this is not the most exciting part of the farm but the process is pretty cool and if you are interested you can learn more about it here - /our-story/olive-farming.

      HIspaniola, Cuba, And Isabella

      A travel blog entry by karenrivera on Sep 29, 2014

      Today Nov.22 me and my men have arrived to Hispaniola. I have just discovered that sadly my men fought with the natives and died.

      I have decided to make a settlement in Isabella, where in the past I found gold. The place was poor and there was no more gold so I decided to leave the island and go ...

      Wild Horses and the Virgin of El Rocio

      A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on May 29, 2014

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      ... farmed and in some areas are huge rectangular fields, some flooded and some with rice growing through. Herons and egrets haunt the edges and there are small birds everywhere, very quick to hide. There was also a lot of dry and sandy land with scrubby vegetation, as if once farmed and now left to grow wild. The highlight in bird terms, were Bee Eaters, dashing about like missiles and only landing distantly on power lines - and we had a good view of a ...