Aparthotel Las Nieves

Address: Urb. Las Nieves C/ Amapolas no 2, Nambroca, Castile-La Mancha, 45191 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Urb. Las Nieves C/ Amapolas no 2, Nambroca, is near Alcazar - Museo del Ejercito, Estacion del Ferrocarril, Alcazar - Biblioteca de Castilla-La Mancha, and Castillo de San Servando.
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Travel Blogs from Nambroca

Toledo - an amazing day!

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 12, 2014

2 comments, 97 photos

... stupidity and stopped her previously strict rules, offering to take photos of us with guns and in full on armour suits.

Our last stop was at a lookout which overlooked the old part of Toledo which was absolutely amazing! The best view I've ever seen most definitely!

I'm so disappointed that I didn't really get any good photos because of the fog and being on a really fast tour.. I got an awesome panorama but its not uploading. so ask mum for it, its the only good ...

Lunch at Michel’s Inn

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 27, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... nearby, along with about 10 of the old type windmills. The windmills, originally used to grind grain, are now, and probably back then, more important to the town than the castle which was once the stronghold for the knights of San Juan. The windmills were first used in at least the 16th century and continued in use until the 1980s. We did not visit the town but did read a bit about it.

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Day One: Our Arrival in Spain!

A travel blog entry by aneiger on May 27, 2013

... walked around, and quickly found a nice, small bar called "La Campana Grande" where we could enjoy both tapas and drinks for dinner. Yes--I was able to drink my first legal alcoholic beverage in Spain, sangria! Mmmm! This mini trip tuckered us out so, afterwards, we retreated back to our hotel room for the night and fell asleep without a problem. ¡Buenas noches!


First Stop: Toledo

A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Jan 30, 2013

5 photos

... out of Toledo. Now, only 2 Jewish families live in Toledo and the building is not used for anything. It was interesting to look at because it was built by Muslim architects so there is only 1 star of David in the entire building to signify that is was a synagogue for the Sephardis. Toledo is known as the city of three cultures-Christian, Islamic, and Jewish-all of which styles can be found all over the city. In the great Cathedral, there was Hebrew written on ceilings and ...

Toledo con Tio y Tia

A travel blog entry by tlvice on May 12, 2012

15 photos

Leslie's aunt and uncle arrived in Madrid yesterday for a visit. After chilling yesterday to help get over jet lag, we all woke up early this morning to head out to Toledo. Our first stop, as always, was the el Foro restaurant. We sat at a table outside and had a coffee and something to eat. Tyler opted for a croissant with ham and cheese. Tio y tia decided on the fried egg, ham and french fry breakfast. Leslie and I tried the pan con ...