Casa Rural La Bodega. Casas Rurales La Aldea

Calle el Rollo, 10, Alcaraz, Castile-La Mancha, 2312, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Alcaraz

Las Negras to El Berro

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn

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... enterprise dating back to the 16th century. The last part of the walk took us over a mountain (around 1400 metres high) with amazing views of the limestone cliffs (Paredes de Leyva) we passed the other day.

Coming down the mountain was a bit dicey. Whilst there was a defined path, it was one of those occasions were you didn’t look up or down – keeping your eyes just a few inches in front of your feet. Not for those with vertigo.

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An Overview of Dairy Sheep Breeds

A travel blog entry by dairyman42

There are lots of various sort of milk sheep types, and each breed has its own unique attributes. In the western world there are just a handful of sheep types that are typically made use of, but if you look further afield you will find some one-of-a-kind and interesting sheep that produce firm, rich and delicious cheeses. Below is a quick review of some of the most intriguing milk sheep types. The East Friesian ...

Samana Santa (Holy Week)

A travel blog entry by halloween1

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... felt a little out of place as we were the only ones in shorts, t-shirts and baseball caps! The Spanish dress up for church. It became even more obvious when someone asked us a question during the ceremony! It was then we thought it best to make our escape...... We had been advised throughout the day to chose our Brotherhood (team referred to as Paso) and buy tickets to that nights parade. There were four teams to chose from but those in the know told us there was really only two. ...

Personal Reflectve Entries

A travel blog entry by wafflefrost

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Do you know any adults that have given up on their personal legend?
---No one in my family. My mom's an acupuncturist, my dad's making the money he wanted to make, my grandpa and grandma are retired. We're all doing good. So no not ...

The lakes

A travel blog entry by williams12

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... we had to breath in to queeze through some of them, made Helen squeal! We visited three or four shops by the time we had found everything, found a little panaderia which looked like it was in someone’s outhouse. We stopped in the Plaza Mayor for a café con leche, the old Spanish men have a great life in these small towns, sitting around the plazas chatting and laughing, they seem to spend all day moving around from one group of men to ...

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