Hotel Roma

Address: Heroes del Alcazar de Toledo, 6, Valladolid, Castile-León, 47001, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Heroes del Alcazar de Toledo, 6, Valladolid, is near National Museum of Sculpture (Museo Nacional de Escultura), Cathedral, Museo Oriental, and Casa de Cervantes.
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    Travel Blogs from Valladolid

    Número Dos

    A travel blog entry by dhsinspain on May 30, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... The medieval castle was excellent -- Gustavo was hoping to see a dungeon, and the castle delivered! And the church was beautiful. After eating some tapas in the main plaza and wandering around the town's sleepy siesta streets, we boarded the bus for Segovia. We got back to Segovia at 5:00 and spent the next three hours in the center of town. The weather was ideal -- 75 degrees and perfectly sunny. It seemed that ...

    Sleepy Sunday

    A travel blog entry by chimera85 on May 18, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Book first! There we had a couple of drinks and enjoyed the sunshine then went back to the hotel for a nap. Not a great first impression of the city.

    Lonely Planet describes Valladolid as: "a city on the upswing and a convenient gateway to northern Spain. An attractive place with a very Spanish character, the city’s appeal is in its sprinkling of monuments, the fine Plaza Mayor and some excellent museums. By ...

    A Weekend in the Spanish Countryside

    A travel blog entry by jambos74 on Apr 19, 2015

    22 photos

    ... br>
    Breads, pastries and coffee were all stars on the food front again, with many of the small bakeries offering a nice cosy seat by the window for patrons to enjoy the food and the view.

    It was a bit cold to be out and about for too long, so we did our sightseeing tour by foot and then headed back to the hotel for a bit of downtime (and a free ...

    Nuestra Última Día en España

    A travel blog entry by lmanalas on Mar 13, 2011

    ... home when I am here.

    One thing I will not miss about Spain is the siesta. Sure, I would love to have 2, 3 or 4 hours out of my workday to eat, sleep, or anything for that matter, but it's incredibly frustrating to try to accomplish anything during these hours. Even some grocery stores are closed for siesta, and when stores are actually open they are very slow in their work. Por ejemplo: I went to a clothing store to buy Louisa a ...

    A little insight on bull-fights in Spain

    A travel blog entry by kbennwitz on Mar 09, 2010

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... didn’t excuse their absences. In conversation class, we spent the class talking about the tradition of bull-fighting in Spain. Right now it is a hot topic of debate because a lot of people are against the cruel treatment of animals. In the bull-fights, the “torero,” or man that fights the bull, stabs the bull with a long lance until the bull dies. These bull-fights ...