La Reserva de San Leonardo

Address: CR Nacional 234 Km 401, San Leonardo de Yague, Soria, Castile-León, 42140, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on CR Nacional 234 Km 401, San Leonardo de Yague.
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      Side trips to Gumiel and Silos

      A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 11, 2014

      8 photos

      ... is the best one so far. I had vegetable stew, which was a lovely mixture of green beans, potato and asparagus. White wine today and the usual crusty fresh bread. From the lunch, we hurried to catch the Benedictine monks singing the midday office. There seem to be about twenty monks in the group who sing beautifully and read a lesson (in Spanish of course). At the conclusion of the liturgy, a shaft of sunlight breaks through a window and ...

      Caluerega and Osma

      A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 10, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... but satisfying nevertheless! The day begins with a bus trip to the city of Osma, where Dominic, as a young man, became a canon. Much of the Cathedral has been rebuilt over the years, so not all of it dates from Dominic's time. However, the room housing the tomb of St Peter of Osma is of the 12th century, and is in excellent condition. No photos at all were permitted inside the cathedral. For lunch, a number of ...

      To Caluerega, birthplace of Dominic de Guzman

      A travel blog entry by joarmour on Apr 09, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Camino. Aza is perched on a high hill and is reached by quite a steep climb up the road. Much of the buildings are decaying although some houses have been renovated. The Parish church has been restored and it is likely that Dominic would have visited his grandparents in the town and visited the tiny church. The church is opened for us by two local women who are the keepers of the keys. They limit our taking of photos ...

      A Spanish Carnival

      A travel blog entry by paddyt on Jun 15, 2011

      20 photos

      ... between Moor and Christian. Overlooked by a mediaeval castle, the village is clustered around an attractive square dominated by the Church of Sta Ana and the Renaissance and Plateresque Palacio de Avellaneda. The palace was built for Francisco de Zu**** y Avellaneda, Count of Miranda, some time between 1530 and 1550 and is thought to be the work of Francisco de Colonia (Francis of Cologne), though Nicolas ...

      Castle at Peñaranda de Duero

      A travel blog entry by tlvice on Dec 06, 2010

      12 photos

      ... de Duero was a bust. First of all, the castle was not one open for tours. It was just a ruin. So we walked through the ruin and took a few photos. Then we tried to decide what to do on the way back. We thought it would be nice to go to Valladolid. Although, it had taken us a little more than two hours to get to the ...