Pequeno Rocio

Avenida la Canaliega s/n, El Rocio, Andalusia, 21750, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida la Canaliega s/n, El Rocio.
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    Travel Blogs from El Rocio

    1408. A Perfect Day

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 25, 2012

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    Day 168 4 hrs, 5.0 kms Today I'm going to catch a bus across the Guadalquivir to extend my exploration of the westside suburbs. Back in 2010 I visited 7 suburbs in this area in the searing summer heat. Today I'm going to hike in pleasant winter weather. It feels like heaven, strolling through lush green countryside towards my ...

    Car stripping Saturday and chillout on Sunday

    A travel blog entry by raicorosenberg on Sep 11, 2010

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    SATURDAY, Day 1
    Got up early after a bit of a noisy night cos theres an extractor fan in the yard till late. went into town to my bank and on the way found a stand selling "churros", classic spanish deep fried pastry. Had that for breakfast and hand washed some clothes again. Waited for Jay to wake up and made our way for the yard. As i expected they were far from ready. They had agreed to dismantle the parts.. We have barely 2 hours left and make a huge effort. ...

    Bulls and Horses

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 28, 2009

    31 photos

    ... us left much to be desired. Mum and Dad were overweight and tattooed, the two pre-teen kids were obese, whingeing brats and the four dogs (yes four) yapped all the time. Fortunately they left on Sunday night. It is sad how a bad neighbour can cloud one's opinion of a site, as otherwise this was a good spot. On one side of the site was a nature reserve of dunes and pine forest; side two was a quiet road then a nice sandy ...

    Last few days in Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by clandybar on Mar 29, 2008

    12 photos

    ... six year old girls were a handfull. They were just starting English classes and since I was a sub they were trying to test my patience... One of the chicas said, "Senorita venga!" (Miss, come!); a comand usually reserved for pets... Anyway, I had to explain a few rules of the classroom after that. In addition to teaching, we finished our classes at LINC and had a couple of evenings out with our classmates. We went out with Dmitry from the Ukraine and some of ...

    Sevilla

    A travel blog entry by flyin_bayman on May 22, 2007

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    ... yellow sand was tainted red and surrounded by roars of Ole. European and Moorish Architecture Walking around Sevilla allowed us to marvel at the mix of Moorish and European architecture. Sevilla has the largest gothic church in Europe but it is the Islamic architecture in its many plazas that were best. Moorish architecture and design is typified by symbols because the depiction of images of people and animals are ...