El Linaje de los Cincosombreros

Address: C/Nueva 12 Avila, Gallegos de San Vicente, Province of Salamanca, Castile and Leon, 05289, Spain | Inn
 
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This inn is located on C/Nueva 12 Avila, Gallegos de San Vicente.
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      Travel Blogs from Gallegos de San Vicente

      Long walk, highest altitude

      A travel blog entry by ranmar on May 06, 2014

      12 photos

      ... took care of us. Decided to have the homemade paella for supper and it was delicious. Got into our bunks around 9pm as others were sleeping. Had a hard time getting to sleep. Once sleeping woken by the snoring and the dogs outside barking. One lovely person decided to flip on the lights at 5:50 am. We were a little homesick watching the little tot run around playing and helping her grandma water the ...

      We survived! --Crisann

      A travel blog entry by mccloy on Aug 05, 2013

      2 photos

      ... we braved this endeavor. For others who have not had the blessing, joy, and privilege of knowing my beloved Nana, just know she loves to shop. A lot. Some enjoy reading books, video games, or artistic pursuits as their pastime of choice--Nana shops. If this was a sport, she would be in the pro-leagues. If it were an Olympic event she would shine with her gold metals. She loves to shop, okay? :) ...

      Ouch ouch ouch woohooooooo

      A travel blog entry by burczymucha on Oct 16, 2012

      3 photos

      ... climbs, fast descents, forests Those who have ever ridden with me will tell you there is nothing I love whining about more than bad surfaces. This one starts with unbearable cobblestones in the entire town of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, followed by a steep long ascent full of holes the size of the meteors responsible for dinosaur extinction. Yet, it somehow holds a special place in my wretched heart!

      The ...

      "This is the prettiest street in Spain!"

      A travel blog entry by ambeck10 on Sep 29, 2012

      60 photos

      Last Saturday, we were feeling pretty ambitious, so got up early and caught a bus to El Escorial, a town about an hour outside of Madrid by bus. The most famous building there, the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial, was the home of royal families during the sixteenth century. It was built in the middle of the 1500's, but is impeccable today. It houses the tombs of many of Spain's kings and queens, including those whose children later became royalty. ...

      Real madrid

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Apr 09, 2012

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... worse. There was a diversion sign telling us to turn left into a narrow side street with cars parked both sides and then no further signs. Having driven round in circles (or should I say squares) for half an hour along a grid patterned one way system with random decisions as to priority or give way, with a zebra crossing on each corner hidden by parked cars, I decided to cut our losses and leave ...