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

... down a very crowded 'calle', and off we went. We met our AirBnb 'host' outside number 2, Calle de Toledo, at 2pm. His name was Angel Gomez Malagon, and we were expecting a brooding stranger on a black Spanish fighting horse brandishing a Moorish scimitar. We met, instead, a gentle fellow in a light blue sweater. He introduced himself and took us through a medieval, graffitied wooden door in a stone wall, and up 100 stairs to the apartment. It was a narrow space on the top ...

Toledo - an amazing day!

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Jan 12, 2014

2 comments, 97 photos

... and the streets themselves were tiny, some we struggled to walk down. Whilst it has been slightly restored it is still very original and full of character, most things remain the same so the cobblestone ground was a major trip hazard, as we discovered the hard way. The rich had private streets and massive doorways big enough for horses to go through. Every door had unique door nails which were each 10cm across at a minimum and used way more than actually needed.


Days two and three, four, five, and six

A travel blog entry by amariemead on Jul 20, 2013

7 photos

... they projected designs and a story of their history onto the building. Very cool. We took a video of it too. Day five, got some marzipan before we left the city. Toledo apparently has great marzipan so we both tried some. Then we took the hour long bus back into Madrid and headed to the train station to figure out how to get to Seville. We spent at least five hours figuring out Eurail passes. Customer service was not helpful in the least. We had to take a ticket every time ...

Last Spanish Cathedral (on this trip)

A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 28, 2013

14 photos

... areas) and spread throughout the various chapels; artwork covering up artwork!

The choir was fascinating and the most ornate we have seen. Spent a long time looking at the unusual carvings that were everywhere around the seats.

We also elected to walk up the tower. We were given a time to go up and the groups were limited to 20. The stairs were very narrow to the point that there is ...


A travel blog entry by jtbruns on Jun 11, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... which ended us back on the main street where they sold Mazapan in the stores...hmmm... As we stopped in a plaza to look at the map, I saw a small sign with an arrow pointing to a convent and a description of Mazapan. We went around the corner, found a locked door and a doorbell. We rang on the doorbell and a nun answered from a speaker inside. She buzzed us into the convent, opened a little half door inside and we were able to ...