Aparthotel Las Nieves

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

Ahhhh Not So Much

A travel blog entry by mel44 on Aug 14, 2013

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... town for the two nights and I wanted to stay in the old town as per the Rick Steve’s Guide Book. This was a mistake. Don’t mix up a hostal and a hostel though. At least in a hostal you do get your own room but that is about the only difference. Look, if I was in the Amazon, or in a beach town where my room was irrelevant, or in a country where it wasn’t 40 degrees in the afternoon thereby shutting everything down for 4 hours a day ...

The City of Blades

A travel blog entry by freshtravels on Apr 20, 2013

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... br> "Wait, so this isn't el Greco's house?"
"And people are still walking around it like it is?"
"Mmm allright!"

Our 12hour day walking and wandering, climbing hills and munching on sweets was exhausting and supremely satisfying. I enjoyed being with a group of people without an agenda, no problems going into knife shop after knife shop, and having a great attitude all around. I hope more of our trips are as nice as that one.

The Walled Towns of Avila and Toledo

A travel blog entry by kerry.mundy on Oct 20, 2012

On our way to Madrid today, but stopped firstly at Avila, a walled medieval town that has the best preserved walls and buildings in much of Europe. Only enough time for a distant photo unfortunately. Onto Toledo, another spectacular walled town with the river flowing below. It has narrow streets,beautiful iron balconies and street lights, a stunning cathedral. The church was a converted mosque but with more gothic and ...

A sleepy little town rich in history

A travel blog entry by abalzer on Jun 17, 2012

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... the night security guy or sleep in the hallway.

Let me tell you about our evening (between the guide letting me in and the night security guard). We were picked up in a mini van and given a tour of the old Muslim district of Granada and then we went to a Flamenco club/show. There were three female dancers and one male dancer. The show was terrific. It was not what I expected but I loved ...

Taking time

A travel blog entry by masters on Jun 11, 2012

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... stretch of road at that rate!). The only thing we saw of note was what we can only describe as evoking a scene from the novel/film Dune, or something equally science-fiction/fantasy based, like Star Wars (think Luke's home planet) or Krull. In reality it was probably a massive cement works or something like that, but it looked like a grey desert city.

We managed to navigate to the campsite easily, thanks to the book that Rob's ...