Casa Rural Valdicimbrio

C/ Santa Maria, 13, Cantalojas, Guadalajara, Castile-La Mancha, 19275, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Santa Maria, 13, Cantalojas.
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    Kian wished to stay in a castle...

    A travel blog entry by mike_angela on Jul 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... passed along the way. Though quite warm, we could see some rain and lightening/thunderstorms just behind us, so we didn't stick around too long. Things were feeling a little ominous, however.

    We got the maps app working on Olga's phone, and started back towards the Castilnovo Castle Hotel. We found it, and made our way up the long driveway and to the parking lot around the back. There was a group of ...

    In search of the best lamb in the world

    A travel blog entry by tomotsu on Jul 30, 2012

    14 photos

    They say the best lamb in the world is from Spain. Specifically the plains north of Madrid in Castilla-Leon. Some people say the very best is found in the small town of Sepulveda, which seems to have as many roasting houses as people. The most famous of these is Figon Zute el Mayor, also known as "Tinin". That is where we set off to.

    There is no train station in sepulveda. The only way to reach it from Madrid is a once daily bus that leaves at ...

    Buitrago del Lozoya

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on May 20, 2012

    37 photos

    ... I think it was a different type of wood. Above the bar were several hand-hammered, bas relief panels. They looked like they were brass. The theme on all of the panels was bullfighting.

    When we left the bar we stopped and looked at a map of the town. The town is surrounded on three sides by the Rio Lozoya. That particular end of town is surrounded by an old wall. The wall was built by the Romans.


    El Atazar

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 30, 2011

    17 photos

    ... I drove across the dam and on toward the village. I made it to the village at about 14:20, perfect time for a Spanish lunch. I parked by the church at the main square and seated myself at an outdoor table at el Bar-Meson el Athazar. The waitress brought me a small bowl of olives (typical at most any restaurant in Spain) and asked what I wanted to drink. I ordered a vino tinto of course. When she returned with my ...

    Patones de Arriba

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 30, 2011

    29 photos

    ... the "bread oven". It is still part of an occupied home, but is apparently typical for what would have been found in virtually every home in the past. I imagine the bread that would come from such an oven would taste great.

    I did find a couple of small shops; however, I did not buy anything. The village seems to be dominated more by restaurants than shops. I did not eat there. I had lunch later in the day at the village of el ...