Casas Rurales El Arranca

C/ Victoria, s/n (Riopar Viejo), Riopar, Castile-La Mancha, 2450, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riopar

England to Spain

A travel blog entry by ian1969


... our way to another country. This time we had a train journey from Hull to Stansted airport, during which I remembered we needed to check in online. Budget airlines certainly know where to cut costs, and printing off your own boarding card is one thing you can't do on an ipad, not unless you carry around a printer as well. Despite thinking we'd checked in whilst on the train, when we arrived at the airport we were told we had ...

Las Negras to El Berro

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn


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John managed to get stung by a bee but my nurse training came to the fore as a plucked the sting from his neck in lightning speed thus preventing any anaphylactic reaction.

Lower down the mountains, the landscape has been shaped by water and in places it looks almost lunar with deep canyons carved when there used to be rivers.

Once we started climbing again, we were back in the pine forest that would give way to limestone escarpment as we ...

An Overview of Dairy Sheep Breeds

A travel blog entry by dairyman42

... Friesian sheep are the most common kind of dairy products sheep used in the United States. East Frieisan sheep are quite a vulnerable type and the young need special care. Lacaune Sheep Another popular type of sheep is the Lacaune. This French type is popular in the United States because while it produces less milk than the East Friesian, the milk has even more overall solids, makings it perfect for producing ...

It just seems to get better and better

A travel blog entry by margogoes


... and I checked in! We all laughed about how small the world is thanks to the internet and Lars and I marveled at how kind and friendly the Spanish people are.

As we drove home we felt so lucky to have a life that gives us these encounters with strangers in a country where we really never imagined we could learn to know so well.

Via Espaņa!

Here are a few photos from our walk.

Granada, and the Heritage of Spain

A travel blog entry by media4

... Spanish songs which, luckily, are still heard on the radio and in bars and clubs, not yet swamped by North American-influenced "popular" culture. The flash of Flamenco and the sultry sensuousness of the Sevillanas. The sparkling eyes and flashing smiles of raven-haired women. The dark good looks of the men. I hear the sounds and see the sights of Arabia and the desert woven through the cultural fabric of the nation. Spain wouldn't be Spain without its Islamic ...


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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent