Spa Hotel Ciudad de Teruel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Spa Hotel Ciudad de Teruel
Travel Blogs from Teruel
... wife relaxed in the shade of the village bar - huevos revoltos, jambon y quesa :washed down with the Ambar nectar.
Then on the 30 miles to Teruel on the great N420 sweeping turns all the way with Trumpy at the 5 mark for steady 80 mostly with tappets (small taps in back) when judged too far over into the FAB curves. Straight stretches through the Aragon highlands at 90, deserted road, steady six inches from centerline. This is ...
... on after the Christians took over in the 9th century. As well as this there are some stunning art nouveau buildings which we found fascinating. Good old Lonely Planet brought us to the most fab hotel in the town centre. Renovated in the last 12 months it is nicely minimalist modern for only E49 a room [$80]. The very helpful girl at the desk pointed us to a great tapas bar, where we enjoyed fantastic food and booze. Life is good
... at Valderrobres, in the Teruel. The countryside in this area has some huge cliffs, wide valleys and many castles. Despite the destruction of churches that occured in the early 1900s there are still many fine exanples to be seen.
The hotel was very comfortable, the food "scrummy" and the family very friendly. There is no on site parking but our moto was happy to be parked 50 mtrs away outside the Garda Civil offices; guess that was reasonably secure.
After checking out we took off on another beautiful day.
We then drove down and up and down and up for many hours. The scenery was good and some of the passes were as high if not higher than many we did in the Pyrenees. ( We are aiming to do more high mountain passes before we leave when hopefully the snow has left.)
The next hotel was a bit easier to access as it was outside the walls of the old city and thus even had parking out the front. ...
... PA was blaring pop music (One Republic no less) and everyone was in a jumble. We found our way to Henry's teacher, a lovely woman (who is actually French) named Aurelie. Henry said his goodbye with a smile. (The next two mornings were tougher on Henry, but he finished Friday strong. He really liked P.E.) The day is long -- 9:10 to 5 pm with an 1:45 minutes for lunch and play.
Sam had his vuelta a cole on Friday morning. Other than hating the uniform ...