Prestige Lucena

Address: Parque empresarial Principe Felipe, Lucena, Andalusia, 14900, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Parque empresarial Principe Felipe, Lucena.
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Travel Blogs from Lucena

Fragment Hikes: The Hills

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 11, 2021

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... at an angle from the earth, looking a bit like a sinking ship. The castle itself is closed, but there’s a cathedral and some ruins being excavated on the other side, so I take my video clip and continue my stroll around the perimeter of the castle before heading back into town. The heat is stifling, but I’m determined not to let it slow me down, even though I’m about the only person out and about. There are supposed to be some ancient tomb ...

Madrid to Antequera

A travel blog entry by evaclapham on Sep 13, 2014

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... from Australia and a couple from Ireland with their little boy. Spent the evening out at dinner getting acquainted and then moved on to the town's wine harvest fiesta. Midnight and the towns people are just emerging from dinner to go to the fiesta. Kids everywhere all dressed up, ladies looking glamorous and we are told that they will party till sun up. We however are off to bed and looking forward to ...

Parkour in El Torcal

A travel blog entry by crystalrenee on May 16, 2014

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... beaten path and there were thousands of people there. The bridge was cool, but the oldest bull stadium in the country just made me sad and there weren't even any bulls around! :(
2. El Torcal National Park which was about 40 minutes from our hotel, at least 1000 feet above the valley with a park full of the neatest limestone rock features. They had two paths to ...

Every blessing ignored becomes a curse! book ref.

A travel blog entry by wilserien on Mar 24, 2014

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I do believe this, at least somewhat. If, for instance, you get a pretty good job opportunity that would support you for a very long time and consisted of something you enjoyed doing, but decided to hold out until you found a better one, then, for instance, if you never got a better one and someone else already took the other offer, than for the rest of your life you would wonder what would have happened if you took that job. ...

Day 15 - Wherever is was to wherever I am

A travel blog entry by cmorony on Oct 21, 2013

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... I found myself working my way through small very old towns again. Once in, difficult to escape. The GPS knows exactly where you are, but it is difficult going at times. The towns all follow a very well defined formula. They are generally in the middle of a valley on top of a rocky outcrop that gave a good view of the surrounds. Upon that rocky outcrop a military base was established and a fortress constructed. The families of ...