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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Location

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

... and they didn't dare talk to us or be near us or get in our way, but for no given reason which confused us all. All bar one Australian is leaving with us in two weeks, so hopefully it will make for a really enjoyable flight! Mind you, there are six I'm forbidden from talking to - no one informed me that the WEP people and us didn't communicate, until I tried talking to one... I didn't even know they were from another organisation, I hadn't thought about it and I really didn't give ...

Days two and three, four, five, and six

A travel blog entry by amariemead on Jul 20, 2013

7 photos

... jewel vault. Then we traveled back to our hostel, got our stuff, and went to bus station. Took bus to Toledo. It was a little less than an hour. Once there, we discovered Toledo to be a giant hill and hiked all the way to the top to get to our hostel. Once there it was late and we shared the room with Portuguese roommates that liked to whisper the whole night. Also there was no air conditioning after four am. Day four. Hostel provided hot chocolate and muffins ...

Last Spanish Cathedral (on this trip)

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 28, 2013

14 photos

... church/mosque and built the cathedral, which took 270 years to complete.

It is a very impressive Gothic design and is very ornate, colourful and well lit with more than 750 stained glass windows. One unique feature was a number of red hats hanging in different parts of the cathedral. These are from cardinals of the cathedral who have chosen their burial place in the cathedral, above which hangs ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by aneiger on May 28, 2013

... to Toledo for a second day. Our first destination was, of course, lunch. (This is highly expected out of us Neigers, always.) We found this tiny restaurant in one of the many small streets of the town for a rich lunch. We drank wine and ate all sorts of wonderful Spanish delicacies, such as paella, sopas (soups), in addition to finely cooked meats (pork, beef, chicken). Muy deliciosos!

Afterwards ...

A load of old boring buildings

A travel blog entry by ginjaninja on May 24, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

Once we got to our house we went out for a walk in Toledo. The streets were cobbled and narrow, so narrow that when a car came you had to flatten yourself like a starfish against the building next to you, And it is so easy to get lost that mum even got lost on the way to the supermarket. That night we went out to restaurant that the owner of the house had mentioned to us called La Abadia. Once we got there we ordered some ...