Hotel Juan II

Address: Paseo del Espolon, 1, Toro, Castile-León, 49800, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Paseo del Espolon, 1, Toro.
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    Travel Blogs from Toro

    Tordesillas

    A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Apr 01, 2015

    20 photos

    ... bar. We got chatting to a Scottish couple who have taken five months out to do this trip. The woman has had to give up her job (think she wanted to anyway) and the guy has managed to wangle it off work (works in the fire service). They told us to be aware of the local poisonous caterpillars so Sue and I keep checking our drinks now! OK going to find a free wi-fi spot by the café and upload this lot then it’s back the camper for some cheese and biscuits and a glass of port. Adios ...

    Santiago de Compostela to Benavente

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Nov 02, 2014

    15 photos

    ... floor and very comfortable and quiet.

    We finally left the hotel by 11:30. We had a bit of trouble finding the road out of the square and the TomTom was no help. It pointed us to a one way street, the wrong way. So Tom headed for the next exit and was shaken when Ruth yelled "steps" – he was about to drive down stairs. We were successful on our third attempt to leave.

    This was a ...

    Pinhao to Zamora

    A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 15, 2014

    3 photos

    ... to Miranda Do Douro but didn't find much here so decided to cross the border in to Spain and stay in Zamora. A few reflections on Portugal. Loved the people and thought they were "softer" than the Spaniards. Most Portuguese speak English (the younger ones, anyway) as it is compulsory in schools. It was a much greener, prettier and more productive country than I had imagined. Not ...

    Cangas de Onis to Zamora

    A travel blog entry by analegge on Jun 28, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Parked and walked into the walled city of Leon. Authentic in every way. A huge cathedral and very solid walls. A central fruit and veg market in the colonnaded square. But rain so we decided not to spend the night but moved on to Zamora. My last visit to Zamora clear in my mind. It was a strongly walled town with a steep stoney entrance through grand gates. No vehicle access. There were beggars everywhere and men in Islamic style Long robes. It was dirty and there was ...

    Day 2 - Bilbao to Tordesillas

    A travel blog entry by kchaffey on May 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the entire boat, before calling us forward to disembark. The only saving grace was that as we drove out there were several shed pullers still parked in a corner looking doomed. Finally we were off the boat and into the sunshine we rounded the corner onto the quai proper and immediately joined a long queue for passport control. Never mind I used the time wisely to fire up "Sean" (our GPS navigator with an Irish lilt) and allow him a few minutes to be me accustomed to ...