La Casa Vieja

Address: Horno 4, Rugat, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46842, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rugat

Day Twenty (On footpaths made of marble)

A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 20, 2014

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... feature of most rivers. The former river is broad -probably 100m wide in most places and we followed a pretty straight course towards the coast passing under numerous expansive bridges obviously constructed when the river was just that and passing though an impressive series of gardens with the typical Spanish flair of water features and statues and the like all the way along. I mentioned to J, the Yarra could be a similarly impressive linear parkland one day ...

How does history affect an economy?

A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 29, 2014

... Juan Carlos was gifted the Spanish Monarchy. The next year Spain began transitioning to a parliamentary monarchy. Both of these dictatorships hindered the economies of Portugal and Spain. The novel The Shadow of the Wind is a contemporary novel that takes place under the Franco regime. It is praised as a satire and holds subtle references to the Franco regime. One of the characters is an inspector who is constantly looking over the shoulder ...

Shopping, art and Jacob

A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Nov 27, 2013

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... Glenda's gone back to the hotel for a massage and I'm sitting having a red tea at Jacob's. Jacob and I visited the museo bellas artes and saw some Goya, Velasquez and El Greco, among a huge amount of religious work. We then hit the shops again and a bite to eat and are now back at Jakes. It has just started raining and they apparently haven't had rain for months. Jacob's Scottish flat mate is beside ...

Why am I not bilingual?

A travel blog entry by jessistephenson on Sep 23, 2013

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... oil for breaky! Yumm (simple bruschetta, traditional breakfast) The market was crazy - so many sea creatures for purchase I've never seen before! Bought fresh OJ and moscatel (moscato???) grapes, got yelled at for smelling the herbs de olive??? I don't think Spanish people like me. I tested my theory and I think it's when I smile at them that I get a negative response. I've had my game face on since after the market, it's working out so far ;) Ate a delicious ...

Happy Miercoles!

A travel blog entry by on Sep 04, 2013

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Life here as a visitor is so incredible. The interpretation of life here is very nostalgic and romantic. Because of the warm weather, it's hard to eat a lot at once. Because of the warm weather, you can enjoy a long warm evening out. Because of the fragmentation of time in the day because any part of the 24 hours is very enjoyable, you get a very long day. The morning feels like a day ago in the evening. The evening feels like ...