Hotel La Posada

Avda de Andalucia s/n, Tembleque, Castile-La Mancha, 45780 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
Prices starting from $65.00

Travel Blogs from Tembleque

Day tripper

A travel blog entry by heiner6


... were stories of battles including bows and arrows, hot oil and water, and John even swears he saw the footsteps of the famous sword battle between Inigo Montoya and The Dread Pirate Roberts! The most stunning piece of information that our kids learned from the day is that the knights did not have electricity and didn't take any breaks to watch their favorite shows. YES, this trip is bringing history to life for our kids. ...

El Primer Lunes

A travel blog entry by ekaye


... and it tasted terrific. It was our friendship shot celebrating our epic plans for miercoles that are sure to continue at ND with weekly salsa's trips. So anyways, Drogos was super crowded so a group of us ventured over to O'Brians. There were only people from the Fund there and it was just as crowded. Danny bought Mina and I another shot so we could have another toast to our newly established friendship. We were there for awhile, talking ...

Circumnavigation is a big word for an 8 year-old

A travel blog entry by roberton


... refreshingly lighter as the fruit and large volume of water had been consumed. We now prepared for the most challenging part of the undertaking - closing the loop with a mile's walk through town to include the 5 previously mentioned religious establishments. By now of course, it was only mad dogs and Englishmen to be seen any distance from an air conditioner, so several tactical sherbert-stops were required to keep the troops mobile. Among the ...

Holy Toledo....hills and wine!

A travel blog entry by emizner


... Queen were supposed to be buried at, until they decided on Granada instead. The inside isn't much, but it did feature a neat courtyard (surprise), with a very out of place looking pine tree growing among orange trees.

We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering through the streets of Toledo, which were extremely decorated for some sort of festival. Banners hung from every balcony, while pine decor and flowers draped over the alleyways. ...

SeMAMA santa

A travel blog entry by kcseymour


... slow 90-minute trek up the hill, everyone held up their hornazos (bread that is, traditionally, shaped like a hen [symbol of rebirth]) for the bendición (blessing).

On Easter Sunday in Priego, everyone gathered in the streets once again to watch the Resurrection procession. We wore poppies pinned to our jackets and enjoyed the music, costumes, and floats in the glorious Spanish sunshine. For our last night in Priego, we ate at my ...


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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent