La Casa Vieja

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

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A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 07, 2014

... sides of a flat bone. When I had finished he asked if I had enjoyed the pig's cheek, and I said that it was the best pig's cheek I had ever eaten .
An hour after I had sat down to lunch, I finished off with a creme caramel and a coffee, before dragging myself back to the flat for a siesta.
It will be a long time before I can repeat that feat of eating, because it has probably taken me the last 24 hours to digest all that ...

Valencian skies

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 22, 2013

10 photos

... city (narrow winding streets, etc) is designed with wide boulevards, and tree-lined linear parks in the centre of avenues. The buildings are white or pale stone with many old-world architectural flourishes that are attractive. We are walking in 14 degrees and under a clear blue, sunny sky. We worked our way across the city centre to Mercado Central, a huge, ornate building housing a large undercover market. We of course think of the Queen Vic in Melbourne, which is much ...


A travel blog entry by on Sep 07, 2013

82 photos

... way, we saw these kids that were inside a plastic bubble, and they were moving around in it. It was so funny to see them move so clumsily, and to see them stuck in there. Upon entry to the Oceanogrāfic after a slow line, we started with the aquarium section. I do rank the Academy of Sciences, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the Georgia Aquarium above the Oceanogrāfic. Variety was lacking in comparison. Next we made an ice cream stop. We chilled on ...

A Chill Day

A travel blog entry by on Aug 29, 2013

24 photos

... I thought it was really good. You can taste all the veggies very well. It was the lowest salt food I've had since leaving home. After eating, the mood was really mellow. I contemplated internally about just going home. I lived 10 minutes away by foot. Well, that desire was intercepted by fate. Rain, regular heavy rain, descended upon us. Hallelujah! I helped with the dishes, and the people who didn't live there, Johannes and I, said our goodbyes.

Camp - Day 7

A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain on Jul 09, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... clean up for me though.)

Today, I tried a dictation in class - just to see if they could understand my English. I used very basic English, but most of the kids here in Spain are taught with Spaniards who have learned English as a second language or with teachers from England. In other words, the kids were not used to hearing my American accent, so the dictation was a bit difficult for them. Right after ...