Hotel El Salt

Address: c/Elvira Hidalgo, 14, Valderrobres, Province of Teruel, Aragón, 44580, Spain | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on c/Elvira Hidalgo, 14, Valderrobres.
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    Travel Blogs from Valderrobres

    More Madness..Workaway Number 3

    A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Jan 04, 2015

    6 comments, 11 photos

    ... 8230;.only when we found them they had all but finished opening their presents and dismissed them without so much as a smile……er hang on a minute……where’s the obligatory music and the fun and laughter whilst opening the pressies??? So we took our seats at the dining room table (the dogs were probably on the sofa anyway) and proceeded to open our presents together while our hosts wandered off to do other stuff!!!


    The rest of ...

    Living off Grid - Workaway No 2

    A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Dec 07, 2014

    9 comments, 11 photos

    ... is like an old fashioned lawnmower is used. It has a rubber roller with sharp spikes on it, this is rolled over the olives and they are flicked into a tray on the front. The olives are then tipped into crates to be taken to the mill for pressing. The mill is fascinating….the olives are tipped into a grate in the floor where they are then sorted by a machine which separates the stones and leaves into piles and washes the olives before depositing ...

    Water Sports Galore

    A travel blog entry by everyizzywhere on Oct 11, 2014

    Swimming, sailing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking, going to a water park, getting stung by sea anenemies, watching the locals light a massive bonfire and set off firecrackers in the street. You name it.

    We had such a great time and I wish we could have stayed longer, but travelling without family and simply with schoolfriends was completely brilliant, especially in somewhere as awesome as ...

    Terra Alta and a Cathedral of Wine

    A travel blog entry by hadwin on Sep 14, 2014

    8 photos

    An early check out this morning so good job I packed before sleep the previous night. First down to breakfast again but not quite awake!

    On this last day of our trip, we were to venture to our third DO – Terra Alta, literally translated as the Highlands and famed more for it's dramatic mountains and association with early Picasso and the birth of cubism than wine. Traditionally the area made wine as a cottage industry mainly in ...

    A Foundation of Good Brix

    A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Aug 01, 2014

    11 photos

    ... yet I do appreciate that the season across the whole of Spain has been a difficult one because it has been a struggle to ensure sufficient brix levels(to obtain sweet fruit) because of adverse weather conditions. I think that my data collection has shown that tree ripening nectarines is a viable technique and I do hope that it will be considered by another Sainsbury's supplier in the future.

    During my final few weekends in Spain I managed ...