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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Hot or not!

A travel blog entry by rana-mark on May 29, 2015

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... made it even more intriguing.
Getting there was no problem - just a short 1 hour drive, but trying to find the ruins was difficult. As we drove to the the 'historic centro' we could see something that looked like old buildings and a good clue is always tour buses parked nearby, but the entrance remained a mystery.
It was agreed that we would have to find a tourist office... also not easy. The town is best explored on foot, but finding a place to park to find ...

Going back in time

A travel blog entry by drrich on May 25, 2015

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... functional with aesthetics. I assume of course given the size of buildings that like all things only the exclusive level of society got the good stuff. The bridge in Merida is nearly 800 m in length over extremely shallow water. It does however occasionally surge and flood over the hundreds of years. It is also obviously not in original condition as various leaders added some ramps and dividers and new tops etc etc. The base is fairly original so still something to think about. ...

Mérida - Augustus Rome

A travel blog entry by mnasega on Apr 27, 2015

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The Roman Theatre of Mérida is a construction promoted by the consul Vipsanius Agrippa in the Roman city of Emerita Augusta, capital of Lusitania. It was constructed in the years 16 to 15 BCE. The Amphitheatre of Mérida is a ruined Roman amphitheater situated in the Roman colony of Emerita Augusta, present-day Mérida, in Spain.


More history

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 06, 2015

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... for today coming up. We spent over an hour around this dam wall. Built by the Romans in the fist and second centuries and then renovated and restored in the 17th century it is still in use for this recreational site though no longer for water. This was the water source for Merída's aqueducts we saw yesterday. Drops one metre/km and they drilled through granite to get it through! Geez they were clever bods! This dam wall is still functioning and was built 2000 years ...

Wowed through history

A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 05, 2015

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... a working cistern for water supply and yes we can descend the stairs and observe. Don't know why the heck there's goldfish in it but somebody thought it was a good idea. There is still stunning original pillars down there we can touch and photograph. Really love that we can experience not just gawk at history.

After that greater than an hour waylay we wandered up the town for coffee and food and caught ...