El Cortijo La Prensa

Address: Arroyo de las Tijeras, Rute, Andalusia, 14960, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Arroyo de las Tijeras, Rute.
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Travel Blogs from Rute

Spanish Surprises

A travel blog entry by cduval on May 09, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... 6.

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#1: Casteljaloux

After leaving Cristallin, we stayed overnight with Katia and Gervase de Peyer in Casteljaloux.

We knew Gervase now suffers from memory lapses and some mental confusion, but what was surprising was how absolutely intact is his personality and his love of music.

He is still the same smiling, courteous, generous host we remember, and although no longer playing his clarinet, his ...

Antequera - The Perfect Andalusian Hill Town

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 17, 2015

67 photos

... long a walk from
town for me to check out without a car.

Antequera’s main monument is the Alcazaba, a walled hilltop fortress
dating from when the town was controlled by the Moors as Medina Antequera. From
the Alcazaba Antequera looks like the perfect white Andalusian hill town. And
one of the things I liked best about the Alcazaba in Antequera a day after
visiting the Alhambra in Granada is that I virtually and ...

Into the New Year

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 09, 2015

1 comment, 30 photos

... troops. When the Nationalists finally took the town they solved the problem once and for all by throwing all the Republicans from the top of the ramparts. Nothing much happens in Vejer now. It is a site of national Interest, so there is some tourist trade. The best quote I found in my research was

“During summer, tourism brings work, but mainly the men of Vejer specialise in standing around and staring, at ...

Cruz de Camarolos

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Mar 17, 2014

10 photos

... on the track for a bit longer. The track which is now nearly 100m below us. Reluctant to waste the hard-earned height gain, we try traversing across the ground in front, but progress is so slow that we end up going down anyway - and crossing a barbed wire fence into the bargain!

Back on the track, it's not far to the small col where I left it last time. But it's clear that Cruz de Camarolos is in a different direction from the one I tried then. After a bit ...

A Day of Staying In

A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg on May 24, 2013

12 photos

... restaurant Jess recommended. Oh my god... the portion was SO BIG that we could eat only half of what we ordered! Yes, even with the big boy Greg! Fortunately, they could pack the left-overs to take home, so the food didn't get wasted. But yeah, we totally didn't expect this amount of food! Now we are both drinking mint tea. :)

It's a nice and warm evening. The moon looks like at its full, and the reflection on the lake ...