Plaza Chica

De la Plaza, 29, Cartaya, Andalusia, 21450, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on De la Plaza, 29, Cartaya.
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Travel Blogs from Cartaya

Charming East Algarve Beach Town

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 16, 2014

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... were a few times we would have liked the choice to make it cooler. Then there was no in-room wifi. We had to go to lobby or upstairs to the hotel bar to get a signal. For some reason, my iPad did not work in the lobby so I had to go to the bar upstairs and sit in hallway in front of locked doors because the bar doesn't open till 6pm.

We heard people rave about the buffet breakfast. We self-catered and had fruit, yoghurt ...

Broken camera!!!

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 27, 2014

1 photo

... between Dutch and Scottish. They seemed rad tho. In the morning we woke to hear the older couple making coffee on their WORKING gas stove. Self control almost failed, and we had to refrain from hopping out in our sleeping bags with our camping cups and terrible Nescafé in had to beg for hot water. Ahhh Nutella on bread fro breakfast again, our favourite. It was cloudy today, not very sunny. While we were eating a little black dog ran past and did ...

Another beach town

A travel blog entry by obrillips on May 26, 2014

13 photos

... we went out to a cheap little side street place for dinner. They serve these strange green beans which tasted like gravy. When we got home (to the tent) we googled them and they might be a type of board bean.....whatever they are, we want to grow some. Dinner was nice. Simple, fresh and in a beautiful courtyard between homes. We went for a stroll near the water after eating and watched as dogs begged for food at strangers tables. It was a nice ...

Alentejo to Algarve

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

... of marble. We were very glad we detoured to the charming little town of Serpa, with a similar feel to Evora, only much much quieter and less touristy. Like Evora, it has very well preserved city walls, castle and aqueduct, a beautiful main square lined with ancient olive trees and just one or two (try 10 or more!) churches! Serpa is also well known for its queijo (cheese) which you could smell walking around the town wafting from the shops. We had another picnic ...

The Bens Moon

A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 24, 2014

There's a poem I've always loved by Hondo Crouch from Texas.Jerry Jeff Walker introduced me to it. He was once the owner of Luckenbach Texas and in his own words "A Grand Imagineer" This poem reminds me of Luckenbach, Oliphant and now Bens, Portugal:

Nuthin' much happened in Luckenbach this month,
'Cept the potato chip man came by.
Then there was the moon.
We try ...