Casa Rural Guadaperal

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

2 comments

... tomorrow morning I shall move on; if not, I shall stay put.

I could go on about El Zaguan de la Plata where I was yesterday, but they have a website, www.elzaguandelaplata.es which is probably worth a visit. It mentions three apartments, one with one and two with two double bedrooms. My single room, which was beautiful but totally unventilated, does not feature. As there ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 11, 2011

4 comments, 4 photos

... br> A German left the bar just as we arrived, and some Norwegians came in as I was leaving. I caught up with Anna-Marie, a Canadian who has already done the Camino FrancÚs, on the outskirts. We passed an Austrian who had walked as far as Salamanca waiting at a bus top and were overtaken by three Spanish cyclists. At some point Anna-Marie said she felt I was going faster than her and should go on ahead so I did, partly because I didn’t want to ...

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 ...

Life in Spain

A travel blog entry by travelinbadger on Jan 22, 2007

9 photos

... kind of a hit-or-miss deal with food at home, but there┤s cheap grocery stores everywhere so I always buy a few things to have in my room in case a meal was not so good. So right now I'm in my intensive session, which means I have class from 12-3 everyday. I'm in the highest level of the grammar class so my teacher kind of knows we don't need to do a lot of grammar stuff, so we do other stuff, which is awesome. Magdalena, our teacher, has been taking us on random field ...

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