Hostal El Estudio
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... scenery including aerial views of the castles at Biar, Sax and Villena. It should take around 4 hours to complete the 12kms and 350 m ascentsIt was exactly as described. A bit of uphill and then fantastic 360º views. A good long walk with good company!
And then on our way home we decided to stop in Sax for a bit of lunch. While we always have some food packed for our walk we are often ...
We woke up and found a little surprise for us on the dining table. Alba has left a nice message for us thanking for the Lego Man, and in exchange, she gave us 2 little figurines she had. How lovely. :) And Eva had also written us a nice message and left us with her home made jams. We knew she was selling those, but we didn't expect to receive them as gift... We were both very grateful and happy that we chose ...
... jak dla mnie wiecej niz kilka na raz to juz za duzo). A jak jeszcze dodam, ze moim gospodarzem byl polski student (elektronika) na Erazmusie to juz w ogole bajka!
Opuszczajac Elche i tym samym wschodnie wybrzeze Hiszpanii, kierujac sie w strone Montealegre autostrada na Madryt zastanawialem sie czy czeka mnie kolejny dzien kiepskiego stopa. Wrecz przeciwnie! Ponad 100km pokonalem w 4 samochodach nie czekajac na zaden dluzej niz pol godziny, z czego ostatnie dwa ...
On my way to Madrid, needed some peace after visiting the manic Benidorm. Found a rural B&B called Casa Epona in the market town of Sax on the main A31 road to Madrid. Oh what peace and tranquility. Set in olive groves and surrounded by miles of unspoilt Spanish countryside. I could have hiked for miles. Mountain views and only 5 minutes from the town! The house is typical spanish and a working stables with 6 horses, so you can book a hack, fall out of bed ...
... and fun nightlife. The food here is good, the Spanish cuisine really is a lot of meat, and for some reason they put tuna in most of their food, paella is from Valencia so we have a lot of that here, then of course there are always tapas. One of our tour guides told us that tapas originated back in the day when flies would get in peoples wine so people would order a slice of thin ham to put ...