Posada del Moro

Address: Paseo del Moro, 46, Cazalla de la Sierra, Andalusia, 41370 , Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn is located on Paseo del Moro, 46, Cazalla de la Sierra.
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      Day 2 - not a good start ...

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... a spare. So following these mishaps, the day dawned sunny, if a tad fresh. 220 miles today so a bit of a slog. The road out of Soria was fast and straight although this soon gave way to more twisty climbing roads which, in turn gave way to steep climbs, plunges down into gorges before rising to fast sweeping runs across the sierras. Stunning scenery of rock cliffs overseen by soaring eagles, followed by deep chasms and then into pine forests ...

      About Mark Amin

      A travel blog entry by leaf3pig on Sep 02, 2014

      ... to understand anything. You don't want to do picture distribution for the business that has a video that appears being a home movie. Your business video has to be capable of offer the viewer's attention. So make certain that your video will be to the actual and short so you don't bore your audience. The playback quality ought to be serious yet keeping you engaged will add a challenging of humor ...

      Porcelain City

      A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on Jun 14, 2013

      13 photos

      ... City of Porcelain". It's a vast area with large company buildings with swimming pool and all. We went inside and there they were, beautiful figures displayed nicely in the hall. Very impressive pieces. There was a factory tour as well but since we didn't have that much time, we skipped that and asked the lady there to direct us to the factory outlet store. Wow, there were just sooo many of different figures! By all means I'm not ...

      Juana of Castilla, accused by "The Catholic"

      A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Apr 28, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      Today we awoke to a hard rainfall, which continued most of our 5-hour drive from Granada to Alarcon near Cuenta. Ho Hum, just ANOTHER castle to sleep in, living like kings and queens! In the little town of Alarcon we are guests at the castle parador of Alarcon, "Marquis of Villena", which was buit as an Arab fortress during the 8th century, destroyed by Alfonso VIII in the 12th centruy, then later re-built ...

      To the hills

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 29, 2012

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... which forms the enormous lake near the campsite. We had a splendid view of three impressive feats of engineering from different periods – the dam itself, the motorway viaduct which crosses the lake and the new high-speed train viaduct. We drove down to where the River Cabriel emerges from the reservoir, and saw a number of wild mountain goats on the steep slopes.

      Next morning we were up early, ...