Hotel Posada de Valdezufre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... salad of mixed lettuce, local goat cheese, ground local hazelnuts, and a sherry vinaigrette dressing followed by something called Capricho de Sarrano, a dish which turned out to be medium-cooked medallions of local Iberico pork wrapped in local Jamon de Iberico with a touch of sauce made with local goat cheese. It tasted incredible, but they say you are what you eat and all this pork is turning me into a little piggy. Once ...
... first south and downwards to the small town of Santa Ana la Real where
we stopped in a bar for a coffee, then over ridges and through vales to Aguas
Frias and then Los Romeros where we stopped a bar for lunch. And guess what the
lunch choices were – more pork! I went for the Serranito, a kind of club
sandwich with Lomo de Iberico (pork loin), Serrano Ham, Fried Egg, and a
roasted chili pepper that really hit the spot.
From there it was ...
... the British-style village built for the mining companies’ British (mostly Scottish) managers and engineers, plush with tennis courts, a Presbyterian Church, and one of the homes preserved as a museum of the British way of life in the Spanish mines.
Dinner was back in Castano del Robledo and did not commence until 9:00 P.M. at the village’s other restaurant, also opened especially for a meal for our little group of ten on a ...
and Sascha transported us in their cars to Aracena, the largest town in the
Sierra. We made an unscheduled stop in town on our first night to observe the
Saturday Semana Santa procession, but this was for our planned sightseeing. The
town is a quite typical Andalusian one of 7,000 people with several significant
squares and large churches and a hilltop castle with adjacent church built in
the thirteenth century ...
... named Navahermosa and along a stream
through a ravine to another village named Valdelarco then up over a ridge and
through the forest descending into one of the larger towns in the region named
Galaroza. After lunch in Galaroza we’d do the gradual hike up through the
forest back to our lodge in Castano del Robledo. While pleasant scenery of
woods and small farms between the villages throughout the day, I have to admit that