La Data Centro de Turismo Rural
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... a lunch. There were so many amazing places that we wanted to check out, but we had to hurry through the town to accomplish our goal: checking out the local castle. We discovered that there are two castles in Manzanares, the 'new' and the 'old' castles. The 'new' castle (right at the bus stop) is beautifully preserved and looks exactly like what one may think a castle should look like from the 15th
century with an outer wall, a keep, and high interior ...
... way to the train station, had one last beer and said goodbye. I made my way to San Sebastián by way of a 5 hour train ride. It was beautiful but I was excited to get there. I met a very nice girl on the train, we talked for a lot of the trip, and she even offered to take me out for dinner one night... Unfortunately she was 85. I had organized for my hostel manager to ...
... 8220;steps”, and are happy to see the great door swing open to let us and two Spanish visitors inside. As is to be expected by now, the church is magnificent, and one can only imagine the wealth religious orders possessed back in the middle ages. Today it is the only cloistered monastery for males in the country, and there are only 12 residents. Obviously being cloistered in a monastery is ...
... its current appearance. In the 18th century it was the state prison and in 1764 it became the Royal Convent of Artillery. Currently. The building houses the Spanish Military Historical Archives. The final unique piece about this castle is that it's design and towers were used by Walt Disney to created the famous Disney Castle. I headed back to Madrid. I got back early enough I was able to take a walk around the neighborhood where ...
... Royal Palace of Riofrío, a hunting house built by Ferdinand VI . Old and beautiful, built in the mid-1700's in an Italian style. We had a private tour of the palace, but weren't allowed to take pictures, apparently because it's a palace. Original tapestries and furniture were found in many rooms - beautiful and "old" as Jim puts it. We learned much about the history of the royals in ...