Dona Teresa

Address: Carretera de Mogarraz s/n, La Alberca, Castile-León, 37624, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Carretera de Mogarraz s/n, La Alberca.
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    Travel Blogs from La Alberca

    Heavenly 30km - stunning country & history

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... the hotel tonight who is coming over here. There are no albergues or accommodation anywhere on this 39km stretch on the Camino between Carcaboso and Aldeanueva. We left from Galisteo which is another 11km more. 50kms in a day? Could do it but be wrecked! So there are villages on the sides of the mountains offering their services to collect us from the ruins and we can get back on the Camino in the morning. Sounded like a plan and it is!

    Downside - no dinner until 8:30! So ...

    Day 20 Salamanca to Ciudad Rodrigo

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 14, 2014

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    57 miles It's been a good day with 57 miles covered in only 4.5 hours . I checked out of the hotel at 11 and set of on the main road that runs parallel to the motorway . Within 5 mins of setting of I heard a my phone receive a text , so I said to myself I would wait till I came to a shaded spot before stopping and reading it . 23 miles later I went under a bridge ! It was Karis wishing me a safe journey . It's been up to 44 degrees today with the ...

    Thick Walls and La Pena de Francia

    A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... twenty feet long, and at least one gate has a smaller tunnel alongside for foot traffic. Later in the afternoon we came back for a good look around the town itself, which is full of houses with what is called here, ‘Plateresque Architecture’, named after the sort of raised patterns a silversmith makes, and what we would call Renaissance. There are many splendid houses, the warm stonework and carved decorations, especially coats of arms, were very striking in ...

    Wellington's Cannons, Armless in Cuidad

    A travel blog entry by spain-2014 on Jun 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... everywhere. The town, standing on the other bank, is medieval and looks the part, standing above the river and encircled by a wall. We walked over the old bridge which is close by, and up the ramp into the town this afternoon, and it is almost perfect, lovely stone buildings, narrow cobbled streets, virtually no tourists. The central square, the Plaza Mayor is surrounded in old buildings, coats of arms galore. There is a Cathedral which looks enormous, in its context, its west ...

    Day 5 - Rally Leg 1

    A travel blog entry by kchaffey on May 18, 2014

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    The alarm went I contemplated leaping out of bed, thought better of it and went for the snooze option instead. 5 mins later I rose did my stuff and collected my belongings. Gordon had already been to the car with his luggage and lost his hat on route. I loaded the the bags onto the car and did the early morning bungie puzzle to secure everything and then joined my driver for breakfast. The coffee had just run out so things were off to a bad start. 5 ...