Casa Rural Ariza

Address: C/ Malecon, 19, Tembleque, Castile-La Mancha, 45780, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Malecon, 19, Tembleque.
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Travel Blogs from Tembleque


A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... run business that makes the footwear on the premises. Huge queues in the shop, and quite a few men like me waiting happily at nearby bars. I was sorely tempted to try the local specialty of 'Churros and Chocolate', which means long donuts dunked in a mug of chocolate. Just couldn't find the right time of day to make this desirable. We took two metro trains to get to El Rastro district to explore the famous flea market of antiques, bric a brac, leather goods, antiques etc that stretches ...

Toledo - an amazing day!

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 12, 2014

2 comments, 97 photos

... that I'm not actually that bad at it. And I was the only one with the confidence to speak to people, other than us, in Spanish - it should be the other way round! Outside the restaurant I asked everyone else's thoughts on the not washing hands issue and everyone agreed that it's just not right and were equally as confused. We have all picked up the Spanish way of shouting rather than talking, but it doesn't matter because no one understands us anyway. Jack added to ...

A historic and photogenic city.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Jun 24, 2013

8 photos

... very good time, especially after a few glasses of Vino. The Guide brought a bottle of a unique Spanish liqueur made from acorn, Licor de Belleta. It was sweet and very good. For snacks there were olives, crackers, salami, capers, various cheeses, flat bread, etc. It was more than a snack and resembled a full meal.

After the social event ended, I went back to the room to get organized for the long trip to Granada tomorrow.


El Primer Lunes

A travel blog entry by ekaye on Jun 17, 2013

20 photos

... and it tasted terrific. It was our friendship shot celebrating our epic plans for miercoles that are sure to continue at ND with weekly salsa's trips. So anyways, Drogos was super crowded so a group of us ventured over to O'Brians. There were only people from the Fund there and it was just as crowded. Danny bought Mina and I another shot so we could have another toast to our newly established friendship. We were there for awhile, talking ...

The Land of La Mancha

A travel blog entry by candice_irby on Mar 06, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... of its agricultural and culinary strength. The indigenous Manchegan sheep that roam the region's vast plains help to produce the one product that has become an iconic symbol of Spanish cuisine—Manchego cheese.

We arrive in Granada; and, since, it's quite late, we dine in the hotel which offers a very decent buffet. After dinner, Jose offers to take whoever is game up to see the Alhambra lit up ...