Hotel Puerta Sepulveda

Address: Alfonso VI, 35, Sepúlveda, Castile-León, 40300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alfonso VI, 35, Sepúlveda.
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    Travel Blogs from Sepúlveda

    Old cities and young lamb.

    A travel blog entry by theburphys on Oct 26, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    Due to technical problems, we are leaping forward to our second last day on the road in Spain. We will catch up a bit later with pics and stories from Toulouse onwards.
    We spent last night in a renovated former convent with an etching of JC hanging over the bed. I think he likely offended. The convent was rebuilt in 1999 from rubble under the wishes of ...

    Kian wished to stay in a castle...

    A travel blog entry by mike_angela on Jul 11, 2013

    7 photos

    ... of caves. They were quite awesome actually. We had to go to the police station because a lady quit her job so we couldn't sleep. The police were very nice.


    We left Tres Cantos by mid-morning and headed north (all 7 of us in one car), and made our first pit-stop at the top of the pass. It is a bit strange to see advertisements for snowboard rentals when ...

    ¿Te gusta el toreo?

    A travel blog entry by ambeck10 on Sep 03, 2012

    39 photos

    ... as well as to go, alongside the entire pueblo and many more, to the torero. If you haven't seen a bullfight, you should, as part of the cultural experience, but it is something that is hard for us as Americans to understand. They all cheer on the torero when they stick the spears into the bull's back in the beginning-- you're successful if you can pin them both directly into the skin of the bull without one falling out. They offer sort ...

    La vida del pueblo

    A travel blog entry by ambeck10 on Sep 02, 2012

    16 photos

    ... she lived with her ex-husband. There are two children, Carlota (19 and my age), and Rodrigo (17), as well as my host mother (María José) and her longtime boyfriend Paco. During the week, however, they have a modern piso in the old quarter of the city of Segovia, which I love. Not to say that I don't enjoy Cantimpalos, it's just that there isn't very much to do because it is so small. The town is known for it's chorizo and morcilla. Lucky for me, the husband of my host mom's sister ...

    In search of the best lamb in the world

    A travel blog entry by tomotsu on Jul 30, 2012

    14 photos

    ... We walked in at 2pm on Monday. The handful of other guests were all Spanish. If you are going on a weekend, reservations are necessary. There is not much choice on the menu. You will get the lamb, 1/4 for 2 people by default or you can ask for an extra quarter. You will get the house ribera del duero red. A whole loaf of bread sits ready to mop up as much of the drippings as you can manage. They do allow you a salad, which you might want to cut the rest of ...