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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    Travel Blogs from Vinuela

    Into Spain...

    A travel blog entry by neil_mackinnon on Aug 11, 2015

    11 photos

    ... the streets were crowded and happy. We took our first tour by horse drawn buggy with the driver pointing out historic sites. It was quite something to see the traffic give way to the horse in roundabouts and busy intersections. The horse quickly stepped up when asked and round we went past the old buildings, parks, statues and bull ring.

    The fort called Alcazaba was built ...

    Day 15: Málaga

    A travel blog entry by msa0201 on Aug 07, 2015

    Today we snuck into the pool at the AC hotel (a Marriott). We ate lunch on their rooftop first then laid by the pool for a little while. The bartender eventually figured out we weren't guests and we left. Madhu had to leave for the train back to Madrid, so we all left and had one drink beforehand. Then Kelly and I shopped and bar ...

    One Year on the Road

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Apr 06, 2015

    22 photos

    This blog entry is written after we have been travelling for a year and in two halves. One from each of us.

    Blabbering by Jules

    It feels as if the Gods have flicked a switch and turned Spring on in fine form. Five days of rain and foggy mist was followed by five days of howling icy wind has suddenly turned into bright clear blue skies and 26 degrees C.

    From our terrace we look over the citrus and olive groves of the La Axarquia region of Andalusia. ...

    Malas Escaleras

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... to avoid ascending Cerro de las Forosa on the way, in order to leave plenty of time for "Peak 2". After a few undulations, twists and turns, we're passing "Peak 1" and descending slightly to the start of that path, where a "summit party" of four breaks away from the rest of the group.

    The first section of the path goes up to the ridge on our left and is quite easy. However, when it reaches the ridge, there's a slight problem (for me, anyway). We've got to ...

    El Cielo - the big jump

    A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Apr 07, 2013

    8 photos

    ... their advertising somewhere - giving the message that even decrepit old sods like me can climb Cielo, provided we join this gym!

    Then comes the highlight - the big jump. Our leader gets suited up and in position to make his run off the top. He's going to have run over the edge of a big drop, so he has to get it right. He's stood there for several minutes, waiting for a breath of wind and then his chance comes and he's off! ...