Hostal Castilla

Address: C/ San Antonio 76 , Aranjuez, Madrid, 28300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on C/ San Antonio 76 , Aranjuez, is near Palacio de Aranjuez.
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    Travel Blogs from Aranjuez

    Y Viva Espagna! - in English!

    A travel blog entry by startrailers on May 24, 2014

    20 photos

    Aranjuez is a typical city site - with lots of 'Fixed' caravans with awnings, patios, gardens, artificial flowers, little fences etc.
    Late on Friday night and on Saturday morning Spanish families started to arrive. Two families opposite us had obviously 'camped' together for years.
    They set up flags - it seemed to be Atletico ...

    Flamenco

    A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Dec 01, 2013

    3 comments, 42 photos

    ... ber classy. Louder didn't speak English but she was keen to learn and her mum spoke English perfectly. They were so welcoming and friendly and insisted that I stayed there for two months instead of with Nat. I was asked if I had any friends who would come and stay with them because if they went through the company they wouldn't get a student until next year. *They have an Aussie girl coming for 5 months

    At 7:30 we left and went to Natalia's father's restaurant in Madrid ...

    Excursion to Aranjuez

    A travel blog entry by robselclark on Nov 13, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... toll roads were terrific but with scarcely any vehicles using them. I reckon the country went broke building these huge roads, and then charging unaffordable tolls to use them. The Royal Palace, it's grounds and ancillary buildings covered a huge area. Luckily it is not in a major centre or the land would have been gobbled up for other uses long before ...

    Toledo

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Sep 18, 2013

    7 photos

    ... narrow, cobbled streets. Many shops are clearly geared to the tourist market, selling various items for which Toledo is famous such as swords, and the intricate gold and black decorative metalwork. We succumbed and bought some of the local wine, marzipan delicacies and sheep's cheese, before taking the tourist train ride which took us on a route outside the city from a different angle, appreciating the various influences on its ...

    Aranjuez

    A travel blog entry by lynnib on Sep 13, 2013

    1 photo

    ... towns and villages. At times the landscape was flat as far as the eye could see - we thought the scenery of northern France was vast, but this was something else. The terrain and climate are ideal also for alternative forms of energy production and we saw many wind turbines and several large solar power generating installations. Shortly after stopping at a service area for lunch (again, very quiet with less than half a dozen other vehicles passing through whilst we ...