Hotel Rural El Navio

Address: Avenida Los Pescadores, s/n, Alcala, Tenerife, Canary Islands, 38686, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Los Pescadores, s/n, Alcala.
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      Sevilla's Cathedral

      A travel blog entry by brown_family on Jan 31, 2015

      27 photos

      ... largest gothic church in the world and the third largest church (after St Peter's at the Vatican and St Paul's jn London). It is a reminder if the moorish history in this region and is absolutely stunning! After naps we met with our friends from Toledo who have a family home in Sevilla and were also visiting the city for the weekend. They met us as Giralda Tower and took us on a walking tour of the city center and barrio Santa Cruz. ...


      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 15, 2014

      2 comments, 435 photos

      ... You could buy little pots and pans, tiny bread rolls, roof tiles, roman soldiers, palm trees and fully kitted out market stalls of meat, vegetables, cheese, all in miniature. See the photos. We walked on and had coffee at an outdoor cafe, served by a 'camarero', (waiter). Dapper, sharp and deft, these handsome young men with olive skin and combed back, jet black hair, starched white shirts, black aprons and slim black trousers, can wield a tray of glasses and bottles, ...

      A Big Cathedral and a cone'o fish

      A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 20, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... to the cathedral. The tower is a former minaret used to call Muslims (when Sevilla was ruled by the Islamic Moors) to prayer a few centuries ago. Since the call to prayer happened five times a day, they made a sloped horse path leading to the top instead of stairs. Much easier to climb this tower. The Italians missed out on the ramp technique to climb bell towers We went to a street-side fish restaurant for a quick lunch. Ordering is ...

      The road to Seville.

      A travel blog entry by remiroquai on Oct 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... her colleagues were also worth several glances. I was surprised that, on a 3 hour flight, the snacks and drinks were not free of charge, and actually pretty expensive. But what are you gonna do? Next to me was an elderly couple who were going to Spain for half a year. They found a nice coastal city away from the busy costas, had their own 2CV delivered there and we're going to escape the Dutch winter. They were in a very jolly mood and we ...

      Segovia - Avila and Rental Cars

      A travel blog entry by jeff-sue-spain on Sep 09, 2014

      26 photos

      Today was about car rentals and the historic walled towns of Segovia and Avila. The easiest part of the day was the Metro ride to the Atocha train station, then the fun really began! Firstly, we had to find the rental car company desk, ( which ended up being Hertz not Dollar as our reservation said) then we had to find the actual car? Let's just say it was a long long walk. We managed to find our way out of Madrid thank god for GPS and Siri who took control even when we tried ...