Hostal Puerta Medina

Address: C/ Serrano Sanz n.9, Siguenza, Castile-La Mancha, 19250, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel is located on C/ Serrano Sanz n.9, Siguenza.
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    Travel Blogs from Siguenza

    El Museo de Sorolla y el Templo Egipcio

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jun 10, 2015

    3 photos

    ... as well (like all the parks in Madrid), and it also had a great view of Madrid. I’ve said this a lot, but I wish parks in the United States were more like the parks here. The park was much cleaner that any park I’ve been to in the United States, and people could walk their dogs without leashes there. I would go to parks a lot more in the United States if they were more like the ones here.

    2 Days in Madrid

    A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... cheap. Our 2nd day was a bit slower, with a sleep in and then a bit more walking. This time we visited a few of the parks and gardens and a place called the Crystal Palace. However I'm not sure why it existed or why it was so popular. Just a big greenhouse with nothing inside just a few loopy people lounging around inside. In the afternoon, we visited a most famous shop which specialise in chocolate coated Churros and enjoyed a tea and ...

    Siguenza & Medinaceli - Beautiful Medieval Village

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 24, 2015

    51 photos

    ... but the old town
    on the hill is honestly somewhat of a museum village that was nearly deserted.
    I suspect the shops and restaurants in the village only open on weekends and in
    summer for day trippers and second home owners who want to experience quaint.
    The tourist office was able to give me a map of the village’s sights but none
    were open. Although entirely medieval in appearance the settlement there dates
    from the Roman era and a Roman arch remains.


    Atienza & Jadraque - Castles & Medieval Villages

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 23, 2015

    43 photos

    ... Planet and my friend Jesus describe Guadalajara as a mostly modern city
    with a few notable historic sites but not all that interesting overall. I might
    have sought them out under different circumstances but couldn’t be bothered in
    the cold driving rain.

    Although a gray and rainy day, the countryside beyond
    Guadalajara was still very appealing, a hilly mixture of open woodland, olive
    groves, and very green fields of grain surrounded by red soil. And ...

    The D918: The Road to Heaven

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 14, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    The Pyrenees. They conjure up images of romantically high snow capped mountains, rolling green hills, windy roads, scenic vistas and if you're into cycling, the Tour de France. You hear people talk about the Pyrenees and as an Aussie they seem so far away from a world we know- so 'European'. We had experienced the Pyrenees Orientale on the eastern side of the Spain-France border and fell in love with them. The Parc National des Pyrenees on the westerly aspect of ...