Nido del Aguila Bungalows

Address: Avda de la Cornisa s/n, Puerto Rico, Grand Canary, Canary Islands, 35130, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Avda de la Cornisa s/n, Puerto Rico.
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      Every day has something new

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 31, 2015

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... apparently we have choices which way to go. Today was all yellow/green but we defo look forward to doing the original road as we did last year. So much more interesting and more remote than the modern route.

      As the sun breaks we see the mega mozzies for the (first) time this year. These ARE MEGA Mozzies. Their bodies are around an inch long. Bonus? -They don't bite.

      Not long past dawn we were passing through ewes heavily in lamb. The poor girls are ...

      First of the long days done and dusted

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Mar 29, 2015

      14 photos

      ... it's a head wind, but seriously better than no breeze!

      Beautiful lunch spot in a pond on the stream in the Parque. First a dip in the pond to cool off and revitalise the feet followed by Rochefort (yes, Lenny and Bill THAT smelly cheese), crackers, lettuce leaves and a pear. Divine. Short 30 mins but very restful. Wonderful to wear wet clothes as the breeze runs through you. Really made a difference to the rest of the ...

      Sevilla's Cathedral

      A travel blog entry by brown_family on Jan 31, 2015

      27 photos

      ... triumph of faith and also serves as a weather vane. This is where the name "Giralda" comes from ("girar" means "to rotate" and "giraldillo" is something that rotates). The High Alter is directly across from the Choir making up the center of the Cathedral. It is claimed to be the largest altarpiece at 65ft tall with 44 scenes from the life of Jesus and Mary. It's carved from walnut and chestnut but you wouldn't be able to tell just by ...

      Ronda

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 15, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      We took the train from Grenada to Ronda. A three hour journey, uphill, through mountains and high plains. At times there were olive trees from horizon to horizon, with snowy peaks as a backdrop. The farms were meticulously kept: the earth was bare between trees, not a weed to be seen, only tractor tyre tracks weaving in and out of the carefully spaced plantations. I followed our progress on Google maps, and noticed, at one ...

      Day in Seville

      A travel blog entry by snitzel63 on Oct 16, 2014

      11 photos

      ... his English was minimal. Me and the girls ordered polo carbonara (we knew polo was chicken and assumed carbonara meant pasta) and a pizza (pointed to picture so all good there) and Mitch also ordered polo "something else". Waiter tried to explain but Mitch just said yeah whatever and thought he was getting some Spanish meal. Ours ended up being chicken breast with carbonara sauce over it on top of chips ...