Quintana de Pancar

Address: Pancar, Asturias, 33509, Spain | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in Pancar.
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Travel Blogs from Pancar

Over the Ebro

A travel blog entry by bransi on Jun 28, 2015

15 photos

... 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 ...

Logrono to Mont Blanc (via Zaragoza)

A travel blog entry by daniellemcnicol on Aug 26, 2014

11 photos

... to complete our journey to Mont Blanc, which is about 2 hours from Zaragoza. We passed across the Greenwich Meridian and then entered the autonomous region of Catalonia, where our guide Zaida lives. On arrival we were greeted at our hotel by the owner who offered us a glass of sparkling rose, which was lovely. Some of the group (including Ian) went to a small family run bodega for wine tasting before dinner. Dinner was several courses of traditional Catalan food and some great ...

A Foundation of Good Brix

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Aug 01, 2014

11 photos

... factor as everyone likes sweet fruit.

The QAs spend a large proportion of their time checking the fruit that is being packed on the line. A sample of 10 fruit is taken from each production run. Measurements are conducted to assess the sugar levels, pressure, blush and background colour and presence of defects. There's a wide variety of possible defects such as bruising, rots and my favourite Spanish phrase: 'hueso abierto', the literal translation is ...

Made S-peachless by the technology

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Jul 11, 2014

8 photos

... and Sainsbury's. I was met by Jacobus, a technologist at Mack and Miguel, Guimera's Quality Manager.

The family owned business grows a variety of fruit throughout the summer months; nectarines, peaches, apricots, flat peaches and platerines or flat nectarines will be the fruit that I will see during my stay. The landscape in this area is very arid and I can see why it's known as 'the desert'. However, somehow there ...

A really amazing lake

A travel blog entry by lilyruby on Jun 08, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... some berries type stuff there were lots of them and then after we had gone for another swim we went back to the sandpit and we saw a black beetle which was quite big and we called it Beetie.Then he went on the road we made in the sandpit and he was our first car on the road. Then we went on a boat Pedalo boat. On the Pedalo there was a slide, we went down the slide but it was very cold in the ...