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

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 17, 2011


... a bathoom and a bedside light. I didn’t leave Fuente de Cantos till 10.00, was in Calzadillos by 11.00 and in bed by 12.00. I got up for a large lunch and came back to bed. Calzadillos looked lovely as I came through it with an amazing church, but I believe the thing to do with a bug is shut up and sleep it off, so that’s what I’m doing. Not very newsworthy, ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 13, 2011

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... which looks like a small bar from the street then extends back and back getting progressively smarter. The room is lovely, cool and quiet. Having done my laundry I crashed out for a real siesta, got up for a shower and decided a short stroll would be a good idea. It was gone 8.00 and I assumed nothing would be open, but a vast emporium with hundreds of hams hanging from the ceiling had everything I wanted except bananas, which won’t be ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 11, 2011

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... than necessary as the day was getting steadily hotter and partly because it occurred to me that a proper solitary pilgrim might prefer to be alone. Then there was a stream to ford. I was just wondering whether to take my shoes off or leave them on when here was a wave from the other side and someone - possibly the German – indicated that you had to go round to the left. You didn’t. By going round to the left you had to cross a ploughed field ...

Lots and lots of jamon and excited spanish people

A travel blog entry by marcusnlisa on Mar 16, 2007

... There was a very self-important bloke who had a whistle and appeared to be in charge of directing traffic. This involved lots of mysterious arm signals and whistling - to nobody in particular it seemed, as the traffic seemed to arrive in all directions regardless! We were stunned by the number of buses that turned up - Almaden lays on free bus transport for people to attend the fiesta, and we saw at least 30 arrive just while ...

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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