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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      ... beautiful here. After that, I came home and ate a little, but my host parents weren't home, so I went downstairs to the bar to see if they were there. They weren't, but I stayed for a little and had a drink and some tapas.

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      ... my leg workout for the week, but the view from the top made it well worth it. My host brother told us that Segovia was known for their pastries so after the tour of Segovia I went on my hunt for a bakery. Deciding which pastries to purchase was one of the hardest decisions I ever made in my life. Instead of buying the entire pastry shop, I narrowed my selection down to a solid four choices which I am very excited to try. ...