Hostal de la Trucha
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- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal de la Trucha Villarluengo
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... we passed lots of bush grape vines and olive trees.
Upon reaching Zaragoza we didn't really know what to expect. Our hotel turned out to be great. Right beside the old city, across the road from a lively theatre district and around the corner from a major boulevard and piazza. We set out to explore the alley ways of the old city and headed to a massive cathedral on the river. ...
... of which had a family or collective nature. Made of large stone blocks with roofs some even had signs of Christian symbols. Christian burials were done with heads facing West and included many valuables. These ruins also included a factory dating to the 3rd century AD, Imperial Roman period which was essentially for producing food products . One of the rooms located under the apse has been identified as a prison. Sadly, the first city ...
... we could not pass on the single lane roads winding up and down the hills and for long periods we were forced to do 20kmh below the limit. I was much happier when we returned to a 3-4 lane highway and I could do 120-130kmh. Coming into Valencia proved interesting, ah the joys of a GPS in a city you don't know where some roads are one way and you don't know the place you are heading too. Seemed to me like we took a couple ...
... killing an animal and as you can imagine it was an emotional but touching process. It's not something anyone enjoys, but this was possibly the most humane and respectful way. The sheep were isolated in the stable, the original finca on this site, the day before to clean them out. Then they bolted about as Seb attempted and finally succeeded to grab them, fold their legs and bind them with string. They were light so he carried one in each hand down to the ...
... price range was full. We started checking smaller, less well-known towns. We were excited at the chance to go somewhere none of us had ever heard of! After searching all day for deals,we finally found a hostel that seemed right and could accommodate all three of us. It was right on the beach in a small town in the south of Spain called Nerja. After an entire day of searching, we finally found somewhere to sleep.
The next day, we headed to ...