Monasterio de San Francisco

Address: 35 Avenue Pio XII, Palma Del Rio, Andalusia, 14700, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 35 Avenue Pio XII, Palma Del Rio.
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    Travel Blogs from Palma Del Rio

    Spanish Surprises

    A travel blog entry by cduval on May 09, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... Vandal!

    However, after a couple of hours at the huge and fascinating Santa Cruz museum, we discovered a super outdoors Singaporean-style bar at the top of the town, with icy cold mojitas.

    #5: The UK election results

    After all the predictions of coalitions, the Labour party being held to ransom by Nicola Sturgeon, and the scary thought of Ed Milliband ruling by stone tablet and advised by Russell Brand, we ended up with a nice clean win by the ...

    North Africa to Spain

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 03, 2015

    72 photos

    ... of harissa.

    Dinner conversation was, naturally, on the subject of how much we enjoyed our time in this small North African country and how all future meals will seem ordinary and dull unless they begin with a starter of harissa, drizzled with olive oil and garnished with a smattering of Tunisian olives. The debate concluded with the reassurance that we will manage to get by, somehow.

    The ferry was due to leave the docks around 10 pm, and ...

    Granada

    A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 12, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... Jagger or Michael Hutchence. He stamped, clapped, curled his hands, strutted and flexed his little bum muscles. About 10 minutes in, I suggested we keep moving. There was no answer. I looked at Kerry and her eyes were slightly glazed. 'I think I might watch this for a little while longer' she murmured. 'Oh, for f@&k's sake.' There is definitely a hippie element to Granada. There were lots of young people around in the plazas, practising circus tricks, wearing baggy cotton, ...

    Cruz de Camarolos

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... t here just yet.

    The first part of the walk is the same as last time - past the Tajo de Madera and up the track through a small wood. But as we get into open meadows again, the GPS seems to be saying that we should be going up the hillside to our left, passing an old dwelling (now relegated to being a cattle shed), which is built against a high rock face - no point in building four walls, when one of them is ready made for you!

    Although at first ...

    Espana Profunda and Bob Esponga

    A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on Sep 01, 2012

    ... cheerful. There was the odd mournful song "No puedo vivir sin ti" (I can't live without you) and even that big-haired perpetual wingebag Adele got a bit of airplay but the majority of songs were upbeat in style even when you can tell the lyrics are sad. Its a bit like "well he's buggered off but at least I've got my mates, my hair looks good, and hey there's a party going on next door, so where are my slingbacks?". Stations winked in and out depending on reception through ...