Hotel Las Rosas
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Priego de Cordoba
... under foot. The downside is that there's hardly any shade - just the odd tree here and there. On one side there are factories and on the other a few scruffy fields. Not the most attractive scenery I've ever visited! There are quite a few other people, both cyclists and walkers, using the Via Verde, which I find surprising in this heat. One girl is actually running it - she must be fit!
The factories are virtually all shut, partly because ...
After a few days of being back home, I packed up my bag again to visit family friends in Priego de Cordoba! Priego is about an hour or so outside of the city of Cordoba, and it is a small, beautiful town surrounded by nature. It is known especially for its great, pure olive oils. In Priego I enjoyed visiting different museums, including a history ...
SARAH: Finally time for an update on the schools we're working in – that is the reason we’re here after all! This is our third week of work. After our fun in Seville, move to Priego, and R&R in the Canary Islands, it was time to start working. The school I’m teaching in is a C.E.I.P. (Colegio de Educación Infantil y Primaria) and is called Alcala-Zamoro y Torres. It’s a primary school for students between the ages of three and twelve. ...
Long time, no updates!
Sorry for the wait (shoutout to Weezy, adults: nevermind this reference). I've been quite the busy bee the past couple weeks with my hectic 12-hour work schedule starting. Teaching has been an absolute joy-- for the most part. Kids in Priego are clearly lacking in exposure to blondes. I get cat-calls in the hallways from prepubescent boys between every class period. My favorite piropo (cat-call) was from one ...
... because it's such a metropolitan city. But in Priego, the streets are completely empty by 2:30. School gets out at 2pm so that students can go home and eat with their parents who come home from work for siesta.
In short, I'm in love with Priego and the small-town, Spanish lifestyle that goes along with it. Enjoy the pictures and video below!
Next post: our trip to the Canary Islands!