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Andalusia

For Untours cafe members who have travelled to Spain or plan to in the future.

Website: http://www.untours.com/reg.asp?RID=327
Members: 24
Latest Activity: Mar 25, 2013

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Electrical Plugs 2 Replies

Started by Ray Nagle. Last reply by Ray Nagle Apr 15, 2011.

Andalucia & Smoking

Started by Ray Nagle Feb 9, 2011.

Song for the Brotherhood of the Aurora

Started by Lara Catledge May 31, 2009.

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Comment by Pete and Maggie Haggart on April 10, 2008 at 12:23am
Need to add a photo link for Spain
Comment by Pete and Maggie Haggart on May 7, 2008 at 9:06pm
Andalusia was a great experience. From the picturesque white hill top villages to the big cities - all are within easy drives of your Andalusian village home. We stayed on a remote olive farm, but accommodations are available in many villages. Give Andalusia a try - you'll like it!
Comment by Jennie Kirkpatrick on March 17, 2009 at 11:01am
Would someone give me some information about the Alhambra? We have heard that it is necessary to have reservations - then heard that it is not. If it is necessary how far in advance should they be booked? We will be with a group of 12 traveling in early May.
Comment by Louise Walls on March 17, 2009 at 12:45pm
In 2003 we stopped in at a travel agency in Priego de Cordoba the day before we wanted to go. We had no problem getting reservations and buying our tickets. In May, I think I would buy them earlier, especially with that many people.
- Louise

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