Hosteria de Almagro Valdeolivo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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around 1800 when it was abandoned. Calatrava Nueva is another one of Spain’s
nearly ideal castle ruins, one with great views of the hilly countryside all
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... come home from her class. Along with her roommate Veronique (another girl from Laurentian) we went out to downtown Ciudad Real. We went to a cute little restaurant for lunch and then I got the full tour of the city, some of the statues, the parks and Katelyn's University.
We had a relaxing afternoon and dinner. Then at midnight,we went out to the Spanish Parking Lot Party. It is exactly what it sounds like. A parking lot filled with ...
... we packed up our suitcases and left for Almagro.
We initially drove for only a very short period of time, as we stopped for breakfast at a freeway autogrill. After devouring some dry boccadillos, we continued driving for around three and a half hours on the fast yet featureless freeways, before we eventually reached Almagro at approximately 2PM.
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