Torre del Mayorazgo

Vadillo, 28, Villatoro, Province of Avila, Castile and Leon, 05560, Spain | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Villatoro

If any day was to be an Adventure, today was it.

A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant


... Frodo Baggins (which has been a common feeling for me during this trip), as we walked through the town full of strange people, in a strange place, with no directions besides a blurry hand-drawn map, with only enough food for the day. Luckily at the entrance of the country road there was a local man our age who strongly we advised we take the highway instead of navigating unmarked the country roads. Apparently they have frequent rockslides and road closures. Good ...

Granada, Spain

A travel blog entry by lauratravelz


... and so did not go ahead! Eventually some of the organisers took the couple of us that had wanted to go to a popular Spanish bar, but I only stayed a bit and went back with the American girl who was also tired. Some of the Irish lads working at the hostel had invited everyone on a day trip to trek around and see a waterfall, assuring me that this would be better than going on the other two organised walking tours. Knowing that neither went ahead ...


A travel blog entry by aramyazdani


... the singers, so next time I am going to google the singers and their songs so I can join the crowd. However the music stopped at 12 and we wouldn't go back until 4 in the morning.. so we were a bit bummed, there was no club nearby so we had to kill time.. Finally it became 4 o clock and I slept at 9 that morning. Carnaval is a cool party and also very special to celebrate it in Cádiz (because it's the 3rd biggest place where the celebrate it) but next time there has to be music!


Amazing Alhambra

A travel blog entry by hinekn


... is a palace built by one of the Christian kings. To say it pales by comparison is an understatement.

Many of the ceilings are wood with beautiful carvings and what looks like gold, or gold paint. Some of the other ceilings are done like stalactites in a cave to represent the cave of Mohammad. We saw one that was stone that had been built after the Spanish took Granada back over from the Moors. Half of it fell down, while the ...


A travel blog entry by rachnits


... by Isabella the Catholic’s army in 1492. When its Moorish ruler Boabdil looked back at the city as he fled the invasion, his mother reproached him: "You do well to weep as a woman for what you could not defend as a man." Ouch.

I stayed in the Abaicin district in an alley too narrow for my taxi from the station to fit down. My driver had to drop me a block away and let me find my way on foot. The hostel, called Oasis (O-ars-is in ...


This B&B, located on Vadillo, 28, Villatoro, is near Calle Navas, Carmen de los Martires, Casa-Museo Federico Garcia Lorca, and Campo del Principe.
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