Hotel Ilerda

Address: Carretera LL 11, Km 10, Lleida, Catalonia, 25191, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Carretera LL 11, Km 10, Lleida, is near Jibe City, Hilma Hooker, Salt Pier, and Witte Pan.
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Travel Blogs from Lleida

Magic Roundabout

A travel blog entry by jochris on Jul 07, 2015

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If you have been following the blog for the last few weeks you will have spotted the regular pattern of time by the coast with interspersed with trips inland for climbing. We had visited this area back in 2006 and had really enjoyed it. It has some stunning cliffs and gorges high up in the hills at around 1000m above sea level. Although we are high in the hills the day time temperature are still up in the mid 30's so all our climbing is being done ...

Passing Through Montblanc

A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Mar 23, 2015

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Arrived in Montblanc to find the restaurant we had planned to try was still closed. We had a look around the town instead and found a little café for lunch. Fascinating place. Just wish I'd took the time to read up on it before arriving. Have to admit Sue has done all the organising ...

Fine Wines, Wide Views, Devils and Drums!

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Sep 13, 2014

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... very long on the palate.  Possibly the best wine of the trip. 6.     Simfonia en Dolç 2007 In 2007 almost accidently some grapes were left long on the vine and resulted in this red sweet wine.  90%25 Garnacha, 10%25 Cariñena.  Aged in oak with no sugar or alcohol added. Almost botrytised on the nose.  This was another very blackberry fruity wine.  It also had spice and chocolate on the palate.  Delicious! And back to the ...

Tour de Force

A travel blog entry by hadwin on Sep 12, 2014

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... of Mendizábal in 1835, stripped from them once and for all. The locals took great pleasure in sacking the monastery venting some of their anger so the ruins left today are more a result of man than weather and time.

Wine making continued in the region and was quite considerable, ramping up to take up the slack when Phylloxera hit France but in 1893 it arrived in Priorat. This decimated the vines in the region completely wiping out ...

Mont Blanc to Priorat and Siurana

A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Aug 28, 2014

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... much lower, so better quality. We also took part in an olive oil tasting which was done by a local Catalan women - Neus - (which means snow in Catalan). Her olive oil has won many awards including a couple of gold medals. She was a lovely women who was full of life and very generous as she provided a beautiful selection of meat, cheese, terrine and bread to go with the tasting. We then headed out for a walk along a ring route around the village, past the ...