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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A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 17, 2011


I am now in Calzadilla de los Barros, which seems to translate as Little Footwear of the Muds, or perhaps Small Wellies. It is 6.5km from Fuente de Cantos, and should be the first leg of a 26km day to Zafra, but I decided I needed a break to get my voice back. People round here have voices like bags of rusty nails, and whispering throws them until they get used to it. If I have ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 12, 2011

2 comments, 2 photos

Last night's meal included in the €30 was three courses, and unexpectedly also the glass of wine which I felt I’d earned and was expecting to pay for. First course was gazpacho, which was excellent but I’ve seldom tried it before so have little to compare it with. I’m certainly tempted to investigate further. I’m also interested in the many variations of natillas – custard – which is sometimes just that in a plastic pot or can have ...

Home from home

A travel blog entry by hjainley on Apr 11, 2011

4 comments, 4 photos

... looking very purposeful with a towel over his head.

I have found where the path continues in the morning and checked into Pension FrancÚs just behind the Norwegians. Dinner bed and breakfast is €30, and would be exactly double for a couple, which feels like an excellent deal. It isn’t en suite, but the bathroom is just across the corridor and is all mine. There is air conditioning. My feet are in reasonable shape. Things are looking ...

Lots and lots of jamon and excited spanish people

A travel blog entry by marcusnlisa on Mar 16, 2007

... not flying - very awkward and nest on big piles of sticks. In mid afternoon we decided we'd had enough and headed off on the smallest road we could find towards Aracena. We were due at our next wwoofing location the next day, and had about 80 km to cycle! We managed to cycle 30km, over winding hilly roads through more olive and oak trees, startling lots of pigs, goats, sheep and cows on the way. We stopped for the night quite early ...

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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