Hotel El Vado Del Duraton
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel El Vado Del Duraton Sepúlveda
Enjoyable night in sepulveda.
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... bus didn't leave for an hour and a half. We walked around Moncloa for a little bit and had some cafe con leche. We then took a bus to Segovia. On the bus ride over, we passed the Valle de los Caidos, a huge cross on top of a mountain. After an hour bus ride, we walked towards the Roman aqueducts, which were beautiful. We then meandered to the Plaza Mayor and the Cathedral Segovia (which was under construction sadly). Then we walked to the Alcazar, a castle. ...
... 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 ...
Basically, we planned on going to the plaza for the open air dance/concert. I assumed it would be after dinner, but the Spanish way of doing things is a bit slower, so we didn't end up there until around 12:30 a.m., when the dance began. The group was called Pikante, and they sang a few classic American songs, sort of meshed with famous Spanish ones from the 80s, today, and some directed specifically at children. The girls which ...
So last friday, we all got on a bus and headed for Segovia from Salamanca, a two hour ride during which we were all freaking out about meeting our families. When we finally arrived, it was like the gauntlet, all of us hoping we wouldn't be the first to go. We didn't know whether to give the father the signature Spanish "two-cheek kiss," or to do the same for the young children, whether to refer to them by name or my something more formal, we felt as if we lost all of our Spanish ...