Hotel Carabela Santa Maria

Address: Avda de los Conquistadores, s/n, Mazagon, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 21130, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avda de los Conquistadores, s/n, Mazagon.
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Travel Blogs from Mazagon

Planes, trains and automobiles

A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 05, 2015

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Our day started with an early morning wake up in sunny Madeira, then a short trip to the airport to drop off the hire car. Plane was delayed an hour, but no problems as we had plenty of time before our next leg. We arrived back in Lisbon airport and then waited another 40 minutes for the luggage to arrive on the carousel. No problems, we don't mind - patience is one of my better virtues, not says Leesa. A very short but expensive Taxi ride ...

The Wild West

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Apr 12, 2015

4 comments, 4 photos

... enough to continue with the Spanish learning programme when I have no further need for the language. Mostly the people I talk to are a bit negative about Portugal, which surprises me. They say the roads are appalling and there are only a limited number of caravan sites, I am also a bit concerned that the weather may deteriorate as I move northwards. I have become rather addicted to the sunshine and warmth and don't really want to leave it behind.

Donana national park

A travel blog entry by antonian81 on Feb 25, 2015

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... tower of some sort. We plan on being here for another night or two as then we get a 25% discount. €14 per night incl wifi and electric. We have water in/out on our pitch so life is very easy. You can probably tell that we are enjoying ourselves. We have become a European nation as we have been joined by vans from Poland, Norway France and another I can't remember. It is noisier ...

Spanish Ramblings

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 20, 2015

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... Spain's lonely retirees. If they have family and friends or have suddenly found themselves on their own. Who were they, where did they come from and where do they go?

We discovered that these gentlemen no longer go to work each day and yet are not allowed to stay at home. Their wives send them off in the morning, they return for lunch and are expected to go out again after siesta, until a respectable hour for a man to arrive home.

Introduction and a short (kind of) History Lesson

A travel blog entry by sateacher2013 on Oct 06, 2014

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... dating from 20,000 - 30,000 BC. Like I said. A long time. The Andalusian (or Spanish horse) is descended from the Iberian horses of Spain and Portugal. Their official name is Pura Raza Espanola (PRE) or Pure Spanish Horse. Throughout history they have been known as one of the worlds premier war horses. Xenophon spoke of the Iberian horse helping Sparta defeat the Athenians in 450 BC, and Homer referenced them in war scenes from the Illiad. They were used by Hannible in ...