Valonsadero

Address: Ctra. Soria-Burgos Km. 8, Soria, Castile-León, 42005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Ctra. Soria-Burgos Km. 8, Soria.
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      Travel Blogs from Soria

      Molina de Aragon - Castles of El Cid Country

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 24, 2015

      53 photos

      ... it out in the respective names of their God. The castle and town make up one of the stops on the Trail of El Cid, one of the driving and walking routes through Spain that trace particular aspects and episodes of its history.

      Molina means mill in Spanish. I think the word applies to water mills and well as wind-powered ones, and some old mills line the small river that flows through town, a river that is also crossed by a ...

      The Curious incident of the door of the Caterham

      A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 11, 2014

      1 comment

      ... However, we safely negotiated our way through the good hearted banter (!) and headed off up the mountain. A mixture of road surfaces saw us at the top after a European replica of Pike's Peak. The downhill side was as good with sweeping bends and good surfaces. Entering Soria, the road works team had decide to close a number of roads in the town centre and, after an initial couple of attempts to disappear up our own exhaust pipe, we found the hotel - sat up ...

      Class excursion

      A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on May 08, 2014

      18 photos

      ... used the already made caves and holes as different rooms and alters. Then you can climb up in it and into the man-made part. From the top you can see the river and a really nice view.
      It was such a long day that by the time we got back, it was 9pm; 12 hours after we had left in the morning. However, we really had a good time and got to know each other outside of class.
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      Miguel's wild horses

      A travel blog entry by bobmac on Sep 26, 2010

      Miguel and Zulema picked us up at 11am and showed us around. Lots of dutch ovens-must like BBQ's here-and beautiful mountains. Went up one and found saw 9 of Miguels wild horses(they don't often appear). Robyn even got to pat one-just amazing. Miguel feeds them bread then salt. A few were in foal. Next to their local hermitage(church) then down to the pub for some pigs face. Very ...

      Off to Villoslada de Cameros

      A travel blog entry by bobmac on Sep 25, 2010

      10 photos

      ... a lot like parts of Australia. Arrived in wet and slippery conditions(not helped by the main street being dug up) and with a little help from a local, found Miguel, Zulema and their son Gonzalo who took us to our new home. Which was just sensational, absolutely beautifully restored. On the bizarre side, the church bells ring exactly one hour and twenty minutes late! ...