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

The New Normal

A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Nov 18, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... together ready for the first day of practice. Now imagine this beautiful, exotic (because she’s American) girl walk onto the court. They were dumbfounded. And then when it turned out she was good…they were thrilled with their new teammate.

The Florida blog-readers will appreciate the subtle difference in this next story. Once a week or so I take advantage of the beach and go for a walk. The setting is beautiful ...

I only play the role of Sancho Panza...

A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Sep 04, 2014

6 comments, 1 photo

... br> become heroes. On the opening day at the University of Valencia, I dutifully
arrived early to register, confirm classes, get a student account, find
classrooms etc. but found this:

love the “morning hour” section of the sign.

I bought a skate board, because the campus is huge and I
need a broken arm.

Nos vemos pronto y espero todo vaya bien..


I love Bravas.

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Jan 29, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Hola! That is about the limit of my Spanish currently.. no, I am trying! The first week or so I have been here, I have been establishing myself and exploring; getting to know the area. I LOVE IT. Valencia is a beautiful city, not too big and not too small, and you can find your way around pretty easily. Everything you could possibly need is here, from beaches to shops, from English food products to a LIDL. The people are lovely, it is very safe, and I love ...

Off to Valencia for a marathon

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Nov 15, 2013

24 photos

... We were luck enought to have the 29km mark right outside the hotel. So we got to first see Antonio pass by there. He loved the posters:). There were also people dressed up on stilts cheering everyone on. My sign said ( in Spanish) " pain is temporary, pride is forever". It was so nice to see ppl read it and have an impact. It reminded me of how I felt during my race. After Antonio passed by, we hopped in the car and wet to meet him ...

Chillaxing by the pool

A travel blog entry by on Aug 31, 2013

28 photos

Met up with some friends at the rooftop pool of a nearby hotel. The view wasn't spectacular, but we were really high up. The secludedness and the small amount of people atop this roof made the environment really tranquil. Romantic Spanish music flowed from the speakers. It was a really nice place to get my tan on without getting dirty and having to travel really far. (I walked over.)

Lunch was at this place ...