Husa Vetonia

Address: Carretera N-630, PK. 647, Almendralejo, Extremadura, 06200, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera N-630, PK. 647, Almendralejo.
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Travel Blogs from Almendralejo

Road trip to Madrid

A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 03, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... wide, there is a hole in the bottom which they covered with wooden floor and the usual entry points for man and beasts used to entertain the locals. A lot of the bits and pieces of this building have been scavenged, but because it used a lot of the natural hill in the construction, it is relatively intact, with the crude seating in good repair. There are records of exotic beasts being shown here including tigers, which would have been a huge curiosity in ...

Mérida Gastronomica

A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 21, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... the amigos are coping in this foreign country, we know how to ask for food, but the men are still working on his to ask for directions.

Unfortunately Johan was not feeling well the last 2 days, he had another bout of vertigo, not from the wine, or from us going around the earth as snails pace, but that medical condition that puts him out of commission for 3 days (only 1 day to go.) We tried to be as accommodating as we could, and he in turn tried his best ...

Guy's first visit to Merida since 1970

A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment

Thunderstorms are already in the air as the Raven is released from his overnight captivity into the hot interior of Spain. A quick downpour provides Guy with a demonstration of the Raven's impressive aerodynamics... Guy gets wet, but nowhere near as wet as he would have got on the old Triumph! The clouds are soon left behind as the journey proceeds and the temperature rises sharply. The barrenness of the plains is particularly striking and it seems all the more so ...

The White Knight on the trail of Gladiator

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 29, 2014

20 photos

... house plan was amazing with a central courtyard fit with a pool in the middle accessible by the bedrooms and fresco outdoor areas, makes you wonder how today's house planners still fail to grasp this simplicity from 2000 years ago. Dinner and drinks were calling at a cute little local bar called 'Chappa Tapa' to wash away the two millenniums of dust we had accumulated over the afternoon. Another day and time for some more ruins before escaping in the knight. The Alcazaba is ...

Fabulous Roman ruins

A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Oct 11, 2013

10 photos

... unimpressed.

While walking around we happened upon a large Roman temple called the Temple of Diana, with modern-day structures surrounding the ancient one. It turns out this town is the home of a large archaeological discovery of Roman ruins dating back to 25 BC. In fact, Mérida is home to more Roman ruins than any other city in Spain. The impressive Temple of Diana is the only remaining Roman place of worship in Mérida and ...