Casa Rural Aldonza

Address: Calle Salitrera, 1, Tembleque, Castile-La Mancha, 45780, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Salitrera, 1, Tembleque.
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Travel Blogs from Tembleque

Toledo Part 1

A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 05, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... say, cutely and invitingly, 'I'm o-ver he-yer.' Enough. Put the headphones on and listen to The Vines. Give me the whistling and whooshing of the street cleaner any time. And put the hose on them now, please, good elves. The real story of our time in Toledo begins in the workshop of master sword maker Mariano Zamorano, whose family has been forging and hammering blades for 150 years. Chapter two describes an ...

Toledo - an amazing day!

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 12, 2014

2 comments, 97 photos

... it in 192BC (it's beyond mind blowing walking in a place that old!). Toledo was considered the perfect place to establish a city as a river surrounds 3/4 of it, so a security wall wouldn't need to be as big, and therefore as expensive or time consuming. Also, it is on a steep slope so they could always keep an eye on any potential intruders.

It is so rich in history today because it was very religious, with Jewish, Catholic and Islamic buildings. However by 633 the ...

Days two and three, four, five, and six

A travel blog entry by amariemead on Jul 20, 2013

7 photos

... jewel vault. Then we traveled back to our hostel, got our stuff, and went to bus station. Took bus to Toledo. It was a little less than an hour. Once there, we discovered Toledo to be a giant hill and hiked all the way to the top to get to our hostel. Once there it was late and we shared the room with Portuguese roommates that liked to whisper the whole night. Also there was no air conditioning after four am. Day four. Hostel provided hot chocolate and muffins ...

Last Spanish Cathedral (on this trip)

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 28, 2013

14 photos

... church/mosque and built the cathedral, which took 270 years to complete.

It is a very impressive Gothic design and is very ornate, colourful and well lit with more than 750 stained glass windows. One unique feature was a number of red hats hanging in different parts of the cathedral. These are from cardinals of the cathedral who have chosen their burial place in the cathedral, above which hangs ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by aneiger on May 28, 2013

... to Toledo for a second day. Our first destination was, of course, lunch. (This is highly expected out of us Neigers, always.) We found this tiny restaurant in one of the many small streets of the town for a rich lunch. We drank wine and ate all sorts of wonderful Spanish delicacies, such as paella, sopas (soups), in addition to finely cooked meats (pork, beef, chicken). Muy deliciosos!

Afterwards ...