Hotel El Vado Del Duraton
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Vado Del Duraton Sepúlveda
Enjoyable night in sepulveda.
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Before setting out for Sepulveda we had a last lingering look at Burgos, now in fine clear weather at last. We drove to the highest spot in town to see the remnants of the 10th century castle and spectacular views of the Autumn-dry rolling hills of Castile. The ruins, with parts of the early town wall, are set in a parkland of pines and deciduous trees, creating a rural feel. But then we had to navigate down through the narrow lanes to get to the Autovia, one of the ...
Thursday 17 September
Driving up onto the beautiful, narrow, winding, medieval streets of Sepúlveda was like... wow... is this actually allowed?! It felt like such a privilege.
I had booked an expensive 'splurge' hotel, more than twice as expensive as the one in Cuenca... but it was a bit disappointing. Just alright, not as fantastic as I had hoped for that money.
The elderly ...
Today we got up and went for some breakfast at a small cafe. Lots of places were closed today because it is a Spanish holiday, Dia de los Reyes. We then walked up to find my hotel for my ISA program on Calle de Alcala. During this walk, we walked by the Retiro, a huge beautiful park here in Madrid. After this, we took the subway to what we thought was the right bus station for Segovia; however, we were at the wrong place. We ended up having to go to Moncloa; ...
... including Orson Welles and Yves Montand to use as a film set. We knew we had made an inspired choice of restaurant when the first starter on the degustation menu translated as 'home cooked slaughter'. It tasted sensational regardless but the real highlight was a fore quarter of young lamb slow roasted in a wood fired oven for four hours. It was a feast ...
Kian's Spain notes 7-11-13
Today I went from Paris to Madrid. It was a two hour flight. I was very excited to arrive in Spain because I finally got to see my friend Olivia!
We all went to spend the night in Zagovia Castle (actually, the Hotel Castillo de Castilnovo, in the Segovia province north of Madrid). But when we got there it was ...