Alojamientos Huetor

Address: Paraje La Rotura, Vinuela, Andalusia, 29712, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Paraje La Rotura, Vinuela.
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      Back in Europe 2015

      A travel blog entry by rubberdown on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... your attention. No damage in the Madrid region but some in the south east. No use to try and describe the many museums and art gallery's in this city but they are over the top. Could spend years visiting them all, but we can only absorb so much without becoming super saturated so few visits seem to be better. The one visit that held our attention for the longest was the Palacio Real. The 50 rooms of the 2,800 you get to see are are ...

      Spring Break (not the Cancun version)

      A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Feb 20, 2015

      8 photos

      ... try the tapa bar scene.

      The next day we went to the "beachier" side of the city, and sun-bathed for part of the afternoon, trying to get as much warmth as we could before returning to cold Geneva (although obviously not as cold as Boston). I even put my feet in the Mediterranean! Then we tried tapas for lunch, hated them, went to Pablo Picasso's birth house and then museum, and made up for the sad lunch by going to this awesome teterķa, where we got ...

      Tears, Tantrums and new Beginnings

      A travel blog entry by jayannarnold on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... evenings down at the beach and the boys have enjoyed splashing around and paddling. There are several beaches near here that we have tried and so far they're all good. Our Spanish is improving and I have now joined another group, so thats three lessons a week for me. When I arrived at my Monday group, we were told that Marco wasn't there this week and was replaced instead by Roberto. This was just a temporary measure for week, but Roberto was much more ...

      A bit like coming home.

      A travel blog entry by joandnorm on Oct 09, 2013

      17 photos

      ... be good to leave most of our belongings in one place and travel light.
      One of the "dangers" of our location is that almost below us is an award winning bakery and not far away an artisan heladeria (ice cream shop) where we make the required stop every evening while out on our walk. Hello treadmill when we get home, I'll have to double my time on it. Norm wishes he had brought his pedometer as we certainly do log the kilometers walking everywhere for a good portion ...

      Espana Profunda and Bob Esponga

      A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on Sep 01, 2012

      ... leap upwards and grab at my spinal column for safety, I now know what vertigo must feel like. Forget Alton Towers - this is the real deal. And there are none of the queues one suffers at Alton Towers - few tourists are brave/curious/stupid (delete as you see fit) to do this.

      The main reason for the lorries is the town of Lanjaron high up in mountains which produces the vast majority of bottled water drunk in the region. Think Perrier - without the gas or the snobbery.
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