Posada del Canonigo

Mesones, 24, El Burgo, Province of Malaga, Andalucia, 29420, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mesones, 24, El Burgo.
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    Travel Blogs from El Burgo

    My First and Last Experience of Biking

    A travel blog entry by hannah0 on Sep 25, 2012

    26 photos

    ... and then we went downhill on this rocky, gravelly path which absolutely terrified me. I was convinced I was going to hit a rock and go flying so I crawled down the hill.

    I walked the uphill bits as it was preferable to dying from exhaustion and then rode the downhill road bits albeit at a very slow pace. We then met for lunch where we had a picnic, I can't say I was upset that the ...

    5: El Real de la Jara - Monesterio

    A travel blog entry by cariverga on Apr 24, 2011

    11 photos

    ... 1089;нял обувь и закат 72;л штаны, готов 03;сь к перех 86;ду вброд по ледян 86;й воде, подъе ...

    Home from home

    A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 13, 2011

    2 photos

    The Pilgrims' Menu in the hospederia was quite long and read out to me, so that I’d forgotten most of the beginning before it got to the end. Someone who claimed to speak English came to my aid and chose for me, then introduced his companion who he said was the fourth most famous bullfighter in Spain. At least I think that’s what he said. It involved two languages and a lot of fingers. The bullfighter was very dapper and elegant, did ...

    Home from home

    A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 11, 2011

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... swamp. I went up to my ankles in mud, added the best part of an hour to the trip, half walking and half cleaning up, and got back to the path as Anna-Marie was disappearing into the distance having presumably waded happily through.

    Next I passed a French lady and her partner, apparently answering calls of nature behind well-separated olive trees, negotiated another stream via stepping-stones and arrived in Guillena before 4.00 to be overtaken ...


    A travel blog entry by rosswycoff on Apr 05, 2007

    6 photos

    Glad to be back in Sevilla and enjoying Semana Santa. Looking at it like someone from the states it is pretty weird because the clothing resembles that of Ku Klux Klan members. But obviously there is no relation and Semana Santa is a catholic religious holiday that has been celebrated for much longer. I went to a precession last night which was the procession silencio. Really interesting. There ...