Hostal Aldonza

C/ Alvarez Guerra, 22, Alcázar de San Juan, Castile-La Mancha, 13600, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Alcázar de San Juan

Malaga, Granada and La Mancha

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... grown in the area, then taken to the mill to be purchased by the local women to make bread for their families. The circle of sustenance was a small one that provided for the people of the area. Simpler times. Now the windmills provide for the people of the area by bringing in tourists to eat at the restaurants and shop in the stores. Not quite as quaint as the first scenario but important nonetheless. Thank you Cervantes and Don Quixote, we really enjoyed your ...

Tilting at Windmills

A travel blog entry by mel44


I hit the road south and decided that there was no chance I was going to drive through what I could only imagine had to be the incredible landscape of La Mancha without finding a picture perfect spot to sit and read Don Quixote for at least a couple of hours. I had read about this little town, Consuegra, which had an old abandoned medieval castle and all these gorgeous windmills and decided it was worth a stop on my way to ...

Bye-bye Andalucia, Hello Castilla-la Mancha!

A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg


... to see those mills lined up on the hill.

We arrived at Toledo around 5pm. From the drive, we could see the entire city of Toledo on the hill, standing with dignity right next to the beautiful river gorge. This is a beautiful medieval town looking postcard perfect. After a short stroll to get late lunch, we had to start working unfortunately. But tomorrow we'll have a whole day to explore!


Last day of tour

A travel blog entry by kkrieg


... to. So we simply waited for her to get off the bus and she also insisted on taking us to the right road to our Hotel. She was a very nice lady, even explaing how the lights worked at the pedestian crossing. She actually lived near the bus stop. It was quite amazing how she was there just when we needed her (may be an angel).

After a big day we booked into our hotel, had dinner and collasped into bed to get ready for an early rise (5am) to catch our plane to London.


Day 5: Fuencaliente to Consuegra

A travel blog entry by grahamgkd


... day early enough for a few chores and some R & R; nice! We could have pressed on but we already had accommodation booked and it was raining so we have elected for an early night and an earlier start instead. I'm looking forward to tomorrow's ride already, although perhaps not the bit through Madrid! Today’s ride was great, especially now we have the tandem running a bit more smoothly. There were 3 passes in the first 50km ...


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