Casa Rural Valdicimbrio

C/ Santa Maria, 13, Cantalojas, Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, 19275, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cantalojas

Kian wished to stay in a castle...

A travel blog entry by mike_angela


... spoke with a couple locals, and found one that actually led us down the hill to the local night spot, where the kids could play while we got some tapas. Directions for our route would not have been easy, since most of it was through steep little alleys between the old buildings, on sloping brick stairs and cobblestone. If we weren't staying in a castle, this town was definitely the next best thing.

The adults ...

In search of the best lamb in the world

A travel blog entry by tomotsu


... such as it has a definite lamb taste. But it's lighter and longer, not as powerful but perhaps more elegant.

The waiter encourages us to dig in with our hands. I always love the primal feeling of eating simply roasted meat off the bone with my hands. This meal is primal - we are eating a quarter of a baby lamb - but it is somehow also refined. The flavor is complex and wonderful. At that moment it's the best thing we've ever eaten.

I admit ...

Buitrago del Lozoya

A travel blog entry by tlvice


... Plaza de Caidos - Plaza of the Fallen) we made our way to the east side of town. At the wall on that side we came across the ruin of the Mendoza Fortress. The fortress was built sometime between the 14th and 15th centuries. Upon entering, the floor is circular and covered with sand. It is open to the sky. There are some stone bleachers on all sides. It almost seems to be a small bullfighting arena; however, it does ...

El Atazar

A travel blog entry by tlvice


... ordered some calamari. I must say, I think it was the best calamari I have ever had. It was piping hot. I added a little salt and then just sat there enjoying life. It was a very comfortable 85 degrees outside.

After I ate my calamari and drank my wine, I walked around town just a little. There really was not much to see. Regardless, this day of small villages was one of the best travel days I think I have had in ...

Patones de Arriba

A travel blog entry by tlvice


After leaving Patones I made my way up to Patones de Arriba. The narrow road has a rise of about 400 feet in little more than a kilometer. On my way up, I did not encounter any downhill traffic.

When I first arrived, I found myself in a dirt parking area. I stopped and parked there because I saw a do not enter sign. It stated that only residents or authorized vehicles were allowed to go farther. So, I got out and began my ...


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