Hotel Hc Siguenza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Siguenza
... the trees.Thank goodness for all that Kawasaki "Tupperware" in front of me. Fifteen minutes later and it's all sunshine again.
1845. Check in. Shower. Now look over the room. Impressed. Looks like good value.
2000. Walk down to the Duoro River. Not as grand as I'd expected, but maybe there's a water shortage. Certainly ...
When I got to Siguenza I managed to find what I think may
have been the only hotel that was open midweek during the off-season. It was
quite plain, but that’s perfectly fine with me when it only cost 32 Euros.
Siguenza is another one of Spain’s medieval towns located in
a region of exceptionally low population density. I saw a sign with info about
the area showing that the mountainous northern part of Guadalajara province has
a population of ...
... was a medieval hill town named Atienza
set just below a hilltop castle and surrounded by several Romanesque pilgrimage
churches. Atienza is understandably described as one of Spain’s most beautiful
villages, and it is a real medieval wonderland. It seems like it could be a
village of several thousand people based on the number of houses, but I barely
saw anyone in town and I’m sure I was the only tourist type around on a cold
Monday in March. I ...
... mere caps in the rear vision mirror. We stopped in for the night Medinaceli, a highway town with rolly pollies rolling down the dusty single street town and old guys sitting put the front of shops watching the world go by. Tomorrow we would return the White Knight to Madrid and continue the next leg of our journey to Barcelona, the French Riveria and Italy by bus and train. What a splendid road trip it had been and what better way to finish it with the D918, the road to ...
... A slight detour was required to replace it and we abandoned the idea of a leisurely lunch admiring scenic views in favour of a Big Mac on a garage forecourt. Another first. Back on the road and hot on our heels was an impressive storm that hit shortly after we arrived at the Molino de Alcuneza near SigŁenza for our overnight stay. Off to Bilbao tomorrow in the meantime we are hoping for a slightly better meal than ...