Casa Rural Guadaperal

Address: Finca Valle Aceron, Almaden, Castile-La Mancha, 13400, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Finca Valle Aceron, Almaden.
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Travel Blogs from Almaden

1415. A Tiny Stretch of the Santiago Trail

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 27, 2012

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... France to northwest Spain. I guess this is another, lesser known route. So I guess, technically I can say I walk the Camino de Santiago, at least a few steps... Algaba has nice little historical core, built around an imposing tower and a cozy little plaza... a pleasant ending to my ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 17, 2011


... else in that apartment, I was able to leave doors and windows open and get air via the bedroom opposite, but there might have been others tonight so I didn't risk staying another night. At one point I found myself locked in, with a huge bar across the door which refused to shift. I was just realising that a phone call to reception for help would be fairly useless with no ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 12, 2011

2 comments, 2 photos

... I am now checked in there, special rate for pilgrims €26, bath, air conditioning, basin and bath plugs, bedside light, sockets, a balcony. My washing is already dry, jeans as well. I have had a beer, a shower, a sleep and am just off to replenish the fruit stocks form a shop just down the hill. There is a special pilgrims’ menu on offer and the tapas looked interesting.

I can’t believe it can carry on being this good, but I shall enjoy it while it ...


A travel blog entry by travelinbadger on Mar 25, 2007

... bars because they're not allowed to leave the convent or have contact with people. She was very interested that we were all from the United States, and asked us a lot of questions. Magdalena noticed that there were quite a few African instruments in the choir section and asked if Veronica knew how to play them. She said yes, they play them during mass sometimes and after much persuasion we convinced her to play us a song. She sang in her native language and played a drum ...

Pigs, jamon, and pilgrimages

A travel blog entry by marcusnlisa on Mar 15, 2007

After a very quick breakfast in a roadside cafe we gratefully leave Breres behind us. The next town, Villaverde del Rio, should theoretically be similar - it is about the same size, about the same distance to Seville, close to train lines. But it is amazingly different - in a good way. Where Breres felt like a bit of a manic depressive town, Villaverde is just very very relaxed. After another entertaining session of Spanish direction giving, we ...

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