Hotel Las Truchas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from El Bosque
Yesterday, we woke up at 6:30, and left the flat at 7. We then rode the subway to the train station and boarded our train from there. It was a 5 hour train ride. We got breakfast on the train. I slept most of the time, while Maile did her homework. When we finally got to Seville, we got our rental car, and tried to find our Segway tour place. It was normally a 5 minute drive, but my dad kept getting lost, ...
... las Bodegas with houses and shops built right into the rock faces. What we didn’t expect however, was to drive right through the centre of this confined small town! Maria funnelled us deeper and deeper into town, the streets narrowing as we ventured on - the stone walls closing in on us, side mirrors pulled in and Heather hanging out the window yelling out the inches of clearance we had on the each side of the car. Once we ran the gauntlet and found a ...
... case you have been on pins and needles waiting to hear about our testing of the bidet, rest easy. We both did try it at least twice. Not impressed. Every hotel room we have been in has had one. The one we have now has the bidet across the room from the toilet. That seemed odd to us. I suppose if one grows up with them it seems normal. Maybe we are old and set in our ways. We can live without ...
... stripped from the ground up to as high as we could reach. The barkless area was then painted red. Cork is harvested every 9-10 years and the bark will regenerate itself, making this a renewable resource. When one gets up close to the bark and touches it, it is clear that it is the product used in wine bottles.
Sevilla is a beautiful city with a strong Moorish influence. A large river runs through the town and is a wonderful resource for recreation. We watched teams ...
... nearly three or four hours simply wandering around the small streets of the old town, walking along the cliff and crossing the bridge for a view from the other side. We sat down at one of our viewpoints for a quick bite as we gazed out over the valley. After we had been to a number of viewpoints and taken pictures of Ronda from every conceivable angle, we were on the lookout for a supermarket to buy some Magnums – yes, it was warm enough for ...