Travel Blogs from Torrico
... nice hot shower in luxurious bathroom ,wandered down to garden terrace with it's views and fabulous rose gardens and were presented with bottle of local wine and nibbles. Watched the sun go down, at 9 o'clock moved inside (getting a bit chilly) and were served a sumptuous dinner. Only one other couple staying so we were treated like royalty. What a change from Grazalema! Don't get me wrong we loved the village of Grazalema but this is a welcome change.
... tonight sipping some local white wine - Verdaje. The waiter is very friendly and he tried to correct my Spanish pronunciation of this wine. It comes out something like a sneeze. So, tonight we have been enjoying the local "aaahchoo" wine.
We set out today for a long walk in the area. There are a number of caminos that come to this town given it's prominence with Saint Mary of Guadalupe. We found a few trails. Certainly not signed nor busy ...
... fan, but I actually enjoyed Fernando´s beer!
After the open house, we drove about 2 miles to Fernando´s dad´s finca - or country home with a vineyard, chickens, etc. Molly loved it there. She said that is the kind of house that she would like someday - minus the African animal taxidermed mounts throughout the house...
The kids swam while the women prepared a feast. We sat down about 10:30 ...
... rest and a pepto bismo. I was annoyed when I asked how much did the care cost and one of the nurses said that they already took the money out of my wallet. I found out that Spain landscape is mostly flat with a few rugged hills here and there. The summers are usually hot and arid with cold and windy winters. ...
... my legs and fell backwards. The hard hit my head took was the last thing that I remembered. I found out that Spain landscape is mostly flat with a few rugged hills here and there. The summers are usually hot and arid with cold and windy winters. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking