Molino del Santo

Address: Bda Estacion s/n, Benaojan, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Andalusia, 29370, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bda Estacion s/n, Benaojan, is near Plaza de Toros, Plaza de la Merced, Pileta Caves (Cueva de la Pileta), and La Ciudad.
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    A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 12, 2015

    1 comment

    Yesterday, we woke up at 6:30, and left the flat at 7. We then rode the subway to the train station and boarded our train from there. It was a 5 hour train ride. We got breakfast on the train. I slept most of the time, while Maile did her homework. When we finally got to Seville, we got our rental car, and tried to find our Segway tour place. It was normally a 5 minute drive, but my dad kept getting lost, ...

    Spain 4

    A travel blog entry by colleengeoff on Oct 30, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    We left Seville this morning & drove into the mountains. By 11.00 we were in Ronda a small city of about 30,000 who's claim to fame is some amazing cliffs & a charming & picturesque old town. There was another optional tour offered for here but once again we decided to do our own thing which meant we had 4 hours to explore the old town & to look at the cliffs. There were 6 of us who were the nonconformists - Ben & Jamie ...

    Cordoba, patios, the Mesquita, paella at the villa

    A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on May 23, 2014

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... be so beautiful . Everywhere you turn is an architectural vista of arches and vaulted ceilings and intricate detail. You can look at it a million different ways and every view is stunning. Originally a mosque from 785, it was captured and taken over by the Christian church in 1236, and has been added to and established as the cathedral of Cordoba ever since. Also went to the Royal stables where they also have equestrian shows like in Jerez. Watched some of the horses being trained. ...

    Semana Santa

    A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Apr 22, 2014

    66 photos

    The week before Easter (Holy Week or Semana Santa) is a very big deal in Seville. The Catholic Brotherhoods take turns carrying life-sized sculptures on platforms, called pasos, through the streets. Thousands of people line the streets to watch them pass. Our apartment is surrounded by churches; we knew it was going to be crowded and busy. We wanted to see some of it, but decided a few days would be enough. We took the train to a small town called BenaojŠn for a ...

    El Gasco or The Village that time forgot

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Apr 27, 2013

    5 photos

    ... at my watch to see if that might work. It doesn't, so I try demonstrating with a pen and paper in the hope that we might achieve some kind of mutual understanding. What happens next is quite bizarre. The old man standing next to me asks me if I parle francais, and the arrangement is made perfectly fluently in French as he translates my request to the barmaid, for our arrival later that evening to partake of their local menu, to much smiling and ...