Casa Rural Ariza

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

Salamanca to Toledo

A travel blog entry by mbrunjes on Sep 24, 2014

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... Darren walked us through the narrow streets of El Escorial to a very nice square where we had lunch, it turned rather cold,and tried to,rain. We found some heaters to sit beside and were supplied with blankets for our shoulders. The next amazing place of interest was the palace monastery complex of San Lorenzo, this palace took us almost two hours to walk through, the gardens were spectacular, all hedges trimmed ...

Holy Toledo

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 07, 2013

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... the inevitable lunch call. Jan spied in an unnamed square the Taverna Officias which gave us soup or salad and a small main cheaply, it was great inspiring food.

Strengthened, we walked back up to the cathedral (which in some form has been there since the town began) and entered with an audio guide to help us. This Gothic place defies description. Massive columns, vaulted ceilings, the wealth of Castille made concrete in elaborate ...

Bull fighting

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony on Sep 01, 2013

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... past the synagogues that were unfortunately closed for the day. We were trying to find the street that was pointed out to us at the hotel as being full of restaurants and bars but we got very lost. It was easy to find where you were on the map but almost impossible to walk through the small streets in the direction you had planned.
We finally found the central square and main shopping street. We decided on a basic cafe with a menu of the day - Tony was persuaded it was a ...


A travel blog entry by rcsander on May 25, 2013

... travel agent, Juan, we walked around the city for a while. After some time, we came to a small altar built into the corner of one of the streets. It's a shrine to Mary (Santa Maria), and there is a legend that if any woman drops a pin (pushpin or needle) into it, she will get a good husband with some help from Mary. I have a great boyfriend, but I dropped a needle in anyway for some extra help (hint hint, Alex!).


Holy Toledo!

A travel blog entry by kassinspain on Jan 18, 2013

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... city. I’m just so grateful to be here.

The culture shock hasn’t hit me yet, though I’m sure when it does it’ll hit hard. My Spanish could be better, but I understand enough so that waiters and waitresses still speak Spanish to me even though it’s painfully obvious I’m struggling. I just want so badly to learn and speak Spanish that when the locals start speaking ...

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