Hostal Gaudi

Address: C/ Joaquin Rojas n01 , Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha, 16001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located on C/ Joaquin Rojas n01 , Cuenca, is near Museo de Arte Abstracto Espanol (Casas Colgadas).
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    Travel Blogs from Cuenca

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by celia_willis on Jul 30, 2015

    13 photos

    ... with the locals. Google translate came to our aid, and allowed us to have some sort of conversation with the very sweet lady who ran the hotel. We were blown away again by the generosity and hospitality with which she prepared the food and served us. We were even treated to vegetables from her own plot. Contented and happy after our rather wet day we finally lay down in our beds for a well deserved ...

    Kwenka!..... UNESCO! ...Hola!

    A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 15, 2015

    12 comments, 24 photos

    ... Julian and was built in the 15th century and you could just feel its age when you walked in the door. It was located at the foot of the old city and from here you could appreciate the natural land forms that made the old city pretty much impenetrable; although we know that King Alfonso eventually did. You will see in the photos a viaduct that brought water in from 7 kms away. As the city sits on two rivers they knew the King wouldn't ...

    Cuenca - A Most Precariously Positioned City

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 25, 2015

    108 photos

    ... A village
    grew up around it and then sprawled down the steep hill bound by the vertical
    canyon walls all the way down to the flatter lands at the bottom. With such
    limited space on the ridge, they also built up and most of the buildings in
    Cuenca are multistory.

    The old city of Cuenca constitutes the UNESCO World Heritage
    Site. Cuenca’s new city sprawls around on the plain below the ridges and
    canyons and is ...


    A travel blog entry by joshdrewmadrid on Nov 14, 2014

    12 photos

    ... of the class trips as well so its safe to say we were not all that bright and cheery.

    Although it was pouring when we first got to Cuenca, it actually turned out to be a lot of fun. We saw a few different cathedrals/churches/mosques, the hanging houses which literally are attached to the side of a wall and hang over a cliff, and then we saw a very cool aqueduct. In order to get to it we had to do a little climbing ...

    Taking care of the extra Euro's in Albacete

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 26, 2014


    ... and we parted company at midnight for another early evening. We are struggling to stay up till 2 am like the Spaniards, but then we also get up about 2 or 3 hours earlier than them. My first moments of the new day was spend sitting in the windowsill looking out over the beatuful nature, all I needed was that cup of coffee. We started the day with a breakfast in the hotel. Now off to the last day...we are sad, but life needs to continue...maybe today we will do the ...