Hotel El Rancho

Address: Plaza del Marques de Lozoya, 3, Torrecaballeros, Castile-León, 40160, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Plaza del Marques de Lozoya, 3, Torrecaballeros.
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    Travel Blogs from Torrecaballeros

    Número Uno

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on May 28, 2015

    5 comments, 5 photos

    ... much more! After a toasty and jet-lagged day, we took the bus to Segovia, where we met our host families and parted ways for the evening. Well-rested and full of stories about our families, we met up at 9:30 this morning and had a wonderful tour of Segovia, the small city where we'll be spending the next seven nights. We saw the ancient Roman aqueduct (so impressive!) and Segovia's gothic cathedral, and we also had a tour of the Alcázar (the medieval fortress ...

    An alarm may be needed!

    A travel blog entry by heiner6 on Jul 05, 2014

    1 comment, 55 photos

    ... us, were gorgeous views of the mountains. We walked around a bit on the ruins before making it back to our original camino. Off we went to the lake, only to find out that it is most easily accessible to fishermen. The kids were a bit disappointed, but we let them throw some rocks into the water (on the non-fishing side) and watch some ducks swim away!

    Another great aspect of the city is that it is on El Camino de Santiago when making the trek ...

    We survived! --Crisann

    A travel blog entry by mccloy on Aug 05, 2013

    2 photos

    So today we undertook our most daring expedition yet: shopping. Yes, castles, small streets, narrow stairs, huge rocks, and falling umbrellas (Spain has some intense wind!) are all very exciting, but we were with Nana on this particular shopping expedition. For those of you who know my energetic, vivacious grandmother, that is enough information, and you are (or at least should be ;) thoroughly ...

    Chapter Eleven - Our last day in Segovia

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 29, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Segovia!

    A travel blog entry by cmebacher on Jun 08, 2013

    1 photo

    ... turned into a stone. After the seeing the famous Aqueduct, we went to the Cathedral which was huge and had a beautiful garden as well. I learned that the organs in the church are still used in ceremonies and were only used by men. Also I learned that depending on which side of the little window was opened, determined which side of the little chapel room would sing. The ceiling in the Chapel was made from carved wood so that was ...