Almazara de Valdeverdeja
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I headed next to Guadalupe. It was a wonderful drive, via the famous giants of Don Quixote in La Mancha. The campsite was in some woods which felt quite like 'free' camping. I only stayed one night, arriving in the evening and then leaving on the morning of the 25th, visiting the famous monastery on the way out, where the first natives from South America were baptised in Spain, giving it a special significance to those converts ...
... game and they spend no time drinking. I found it interesting that they really banged the dominoes down, no idea why - Brent do you know? Our hotel for the night is a 15th century hospital, and a beautiful setting. We got superior rooms that came with a view of the monastery. The walls are 3 feet thick and you can hear nothing from the hallways or the room next door. The rooms are big and spacious so I assume it was used as double or even quad rooms. The hospital was ...
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... nice hot shower in luxurious bathroom ,wandered down to garden terrace with it's views and fabulous rose gardens and were presented with bottle of local wine and nibbles. Watched the sun go down, at 9 o'clock moved inside (getting a bit chilly) and were served a sumptuous dinner. Only one other couple staying so we were treated like royalty. What a change from Grazalema! Don't get me wrong we loved the village of Grazalema but this is a welcome change.
... There are now about 100 Paradors across Spain and they now tend to be quite luxurious and expensive - as opposed to when my Mom and Dad traveled Spain in the 60's. However, we grabbed a great last minute deal at the Parador in Guadalupe and have been luxuriating for two days.
This Parador is housed in part of an old Monastery/ Convent complex built starting in the 1100s, completely rebuilt in the 1500s and updated since. The monastery ...