Casa Rural Aldonza

Calle Salitrera, 1, Tembleque, Castile-La Mancha, 45780, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tembleque

Holy Toledo

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... El Grecos everywhere) mountains of gilt carved wood. It boggled me. The treasures and fortunes involved here are beyond estimate. The narrative in the headphones is correct line Catholic theology, and a who's who of rulers, cardinals and noble designers ... I can't escape thoughts of the herculean labour and artisan knowhow that went into this. There were rooms and places where church dignitaries have sat over millennia, seats that ...

Holy Toledo! Cliché but à propos.

A travel blog entry by joandnorm


... find once we check in that the air conditioning isn't working and as the temperature is 29 degrees, we opt to move to the 3rd floor where it is working. The only drawback is that it is the top floor- a doormer type room with rafters so Norm cannot stand up in about a third of the room. I get the short side of the room & we have air, so it is all good. We make our way to through the puertas -old doors and wander uphill into ...

Lazy days

A travel blog entry by rickandwill

This is a top pick!

... had them fitted. New tyres for the old girl and everyone is happy again.
We had a lazy day today, after we got the tyres we went back to the campsite. I did some ironing and cleaning up while Rick polished the rear tyres so they would look the same as the new front ones. (as you do )
Late this afternoon we were sitting outside having a cuppa when 2 beautiful Honda Goldwing motorbikes went passed
They were towing a trailer ...

Enchanting Toledo

A travel blog entry by bergerhof


... to the train station and off to Toledo! Toledo has grown in the past 40 years: now approximately 80,000 people live in the town and suburbs, but only 10,000 within the old city walls. This town is the "capital" of religion in Spain, the "most catholic town in Spain". The history is one of struggle between moorish and catholic influences, with Toledo being the first town in Spain, and most important, to be re-taken by ...

Trains, Planes, and one Long Hike!

A travel blog entry by andreamarie


... all in stone. The streets are cobblestone, the walls are stone, and every which way you look there is some gorgeous architecture. I had read about sweets of mazipan that the nuns in the convents make. Near the main plaza there were these little shops with sweets in their windows. We purchased a few to try and sat in the beautiful plaza, listening to the bells, and enjoying the sweets. There were all different kinds, but my favorite was ...


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