Hotel Las Truchas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... he kindly did. In about 10 minutes the taxi arrived to take us to the Parador at the top of the hill. A Parador is a building of national historic interest (usually a convent or monastery), that has been converted to a luxury hotel. This one was a Governors' Palace at one time. Our room was expansive, and the bathroom was even larger but, unfortunately, the bed was so hard that we barely slept. Nevertheless, the sweeping views of the valley below from ...
... Beach". Our lunch consisted of cherries, plums, and strawberries. There was a little stand outside the beach entrance selling fresh fruit. We walked down some stairs, and arrived to a little tiny beach, completely deserted. We were pretty baffled, but upon further inspection, we saw that you had to walk along the shore to get to the main beach. Honestly, the beach was pretty photogenic. ;) the day was overcast, so not the greatest day to go. We ...
... piece of paradise. They moved here 9 years ago to escape the hectic pace of New York to raise their family. Every meal we have eaten here has been amazing – creatively presented with ingredients they have grown in their own garden or sourced locally.
The next day we set out to explore more of the white villages. Maria, (the GPS), got us into a ‘bit of a pickle’ in one of the towns. We had come to see the interesting architecture of ...
Writing this on the train from Seville to Malaga where I will start my tour of Andalucia. Yesterday took a day bus tour to Jerez and Cadiz. Nice to not have to organise myself for one day and the group was only about 10 or 12. Mind you, like all tours, there is always at least one complete pain the ****....... Italian born chain smoking New York career woman ex husband Sicilian mafia speaks Italian Spanish Portugese and Japanese why no wifi ...
... checked some of the restaurants that were listed in the handout provided by the hotel, but nothing on the menus appealed to me. I returned to Casa Manuela and found that Lasagna was the “special” tonight so that’s what I ordered. I asked the owner if he had a small side salad and he said “no”, only the full size dinner salad. However, he offered to make one for me and when it arrived I found it was perfect – lettuce, tomatoes, ...