Pequeno Rocio

Address: 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

      Day 4: The River South

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 04, 2021

      46 photos

      ... After exploring a couple alleys downtown, I opt for a pleasant stroll along the river boardwalk, pausing to take my videoclip?' "What are you doing?" A couple fellows sitting on the porch of their riverside house ask. I explain the concept--I explore different towns, and take a videoclip of me playing music in each town as a souvenir. "Well, come join us for our Christmas celebration!" an older fellow tells me. Ah yes... today is Christmas... and ...

      1409. A Jolly Christmas Invitation

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 25, 2012

      17 photos

      ... Spanish style. "A bunch of Japanese came on boats up the river to this place, settled down, f--d a bunch of women... then left... that's why a lot of folks here look like Japanese"... This whole area is rich in history, dating bakc to Neolithic times. "There are ruins of Roman City downriver a ways" they tell me. I'll have to learn more about that. In between songs and jokes, we talk about more contemporary issues here in Spain. Many of the younger generation have ...

      Home from home

      A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 05, 2011

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... the counter was putting clingfilm over a tray of tapas. I asked if they were closing. She said they weren't. Could I eat? She stopped what she was doing and said she would take me across the square to a restaurant that served full meals. They just did tapas. I said tapas would be great. If you’re on your own, it’s as near as it gets to having bits of what everyone else has ordered. She got me a glass of wine and a tapa of ensaladilla – potato salad, more or ...

      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

      So we decided this week that we should take a chance and go to Barcelona. We love Seville but there aren't a lot of job opportunities for people who aren't yet fluent in Spanish (other than teaching English). The good news is that I had some subbing work in a school teaching English to kids and adults and I have another interview next week with a company in Barcelona that I have been connecting with for the past two weeks. It is a part time marketing job so I hope ...