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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews La Alqueria Rafales
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... water for those poor troops, a mistake we shall decisively not repeat. B. Ed. Must mention the most serene spot on the hill behind the church. Overlooking the hills , total silence except the occasional church bells , then in the distance heard the man on his porch playing the saxaphone. Thoreau would approve. This was the ultimate in ancient villages. This morning woke to bells and the most beautiful view from window; see ...
Arrived in town at 16:00 when siesta is in full swing so quiet as a mouse. Did a stroll to find out the ATM etc. I'm always fascinated with Mediterranean towns and villages that even with hundreds of acres available they are packed into a tiny space on the hill......surrounding the church. I'm cooking shortly and I'll be taking the pictures after light dinner.Fresh pork sausage with olives ...
... she was just telling us she was going home to her house for her tea at that time. Our spanish is decidedly lacking. Anyway we then went to eat at a relatively healthy spanish time of 9:30 pm and felt a little sheepish.
Even getting horse and cart through these streets would be *************'t know what they were thinking. We decided to avoid another drive by and took the bags to the car. The fact it was now down hill had nothing to do with it.
... This place is a recommendation if you get to this area of the country.
Back to the Parador de Tortosa to enjoy a walk across the ancient wall and into the historic section of town. One of the highlights was the cathedral, a view of which is in the attached.
We still had lots of food in the "frig," and being full from lunch, we opted for an evening in the room. Beautiful place. ...
... olives, cheese, bread, ham, cherries, strawberries, drinkable yogurt (yum!), nuts and, of course, wine. Ready for the road!
We added on the rental a GPS system (James) in the hopes that it would help us navigate the backroads. It started out as a disappointment but proved its worth as the trip progressed. By piecing together several map sources, we managed to get out of town without a single horn blowing at ...