Almazara de Valdeverdeja
Travel Blogs from Valdeverdeja
... in bank account. Still waiting!
To late to go to Jerez as we have 5 hour drive ahead of us. After quite a pleasant drive arrived in Don Quixote country , didn't see any windmills to tilt at , so headed up the mountain to our scheduled hotel. As we arrived at this absolutely beautiful hotel on an equally beautiful mountain, with views to die for, our uncooperative little man was soon forgotten! The owner was a lovely man ,gorgeus to look and who ...
... town are built around the church of Saint Mary of Guadalupe. The river below the town is the Rio Guadalupe and it was there is the 1100s that a journeying priest was visited by the angel Mary and told to dig at that site - whereupon he found a very ancient christian statue of Mary (a black Mary) So in true Catholic fashion, an enormous church was built to house our Lady of Guadalupe, a monastery and convent added and to this day pilgrims and other ...
... 3 hours for Molly to get there and play!
As soon as we got there, we headed off to Talavera - a town famous for its ceramics - about an hour away. Maria Jose´s husband is starting a microbrewery and was having a mini-open house for family and friends. The official opening is in 8 days, but all of the painting was done, equipment in place, and for the most part, ready to go! I was quite impressed seeing ...
... rest and a pepto bismo. I was annoyed when I asked how much did the care cost and one of the nurses said that they already took the money out of my wallet. I found out that Spain landscape is mostly flat with a few rugged hills here and there. The summers are usually hot and arid with cold and windy winters. ...
... my legs and fell backwards. The hard hit my head took was the last thing that I remembered. I found out that Spain landscape is mostly flat with a few rugged hills here and there. The summers are usually hot and arid with cold and windy winters. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet