Hacienda Abascal

Address: N-122, Km. 321, Quintanilla de Arriba, Province of Valladolid, Castile and Leon, 47360, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on N-122, Km. 321, Quintanilla de Arriba.
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    Travel Blogs from Quintanilla de Arriba

    Sunday stroll through Spain

    A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Sep 21, 2014

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    ... favorite time on the trail is when the sun is just rising and reflects on the churches. The sunrise in Spain is beautiful. The rows and rows of grapes are ripe and appear ready for harvest. They are extremely sweet. We passed an area near a church that many, many pilgrims had built stone cairns and left a message. The church supposedly contains a statue of Mary that continues to return to this spot even after being relocated many times. The history of the Camino is ...

    Panafiel to San Sebastian

    A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... n is a great place and the food looks terrific. This area is known as the Basque region and seems so different from the rest of Spain. It is up near the French border, so further North and hence much cooler. And it is quite mountainous around here, too. We walked up to a statue of Christ (quite a climb) and had a fabulous view of the city and surrounds. Then down in to ...

    Panafiel

    A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 17, 2014

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    Another hot day, today - about 36, 37 degrees. Visited a winery called Emina this morning (founder is Carlos Moro from the Matarromera group) which is very near a sweet little village called San Bernardo and went on a tour which was so interesting as our guide spoke English. A third of their revenue is spent on research and development and they have ...

    Seeing where Rachael lives

    A travel blog entry by laurella on Mar 31, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... foods along with the typical pig, lamb & other animal parts hanging on the walls! Stopped for a glass of sangria-excellent. Met Phillipé & Cristina for late meal. Former monestary with old masters & relics everywhere. Had lamb & fish to share & the most amazing dessert like a torte covered in sweet cream sauce that was the house specialty. ...

    Cuellar Excursion-Castilo y Centro de Arte Mudejar

    A travel blog entry by houtravelfolks on Jun 24, 2011

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    ... architecture wasn't impressive. They did a cool skit to show us how they use to live back then. It was in Spanish of course. The day wasn't too impressive, so hopefully it will get better!

    Last night at the Fiesta de San Juan, we saw a performance in front of the Aquaduct. It was kind of like a circus nolay and was really impressive. Then we went to Plaza Mayor to watch an outdoor rock ...