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Coqui Coqui Valladolid Residence & Spa. A haven hidden on top of a perfumery in a sleepy Yucatan town, Coqui Coqui Valladolid Residence & Spa hotel with a scent-focused spa and only a single secluded suite.

Coqui Coqui Coba Residence & Spa hotel Rooms & Suites - Yucatán, Mexico - Mr & Mrs Smith

Coqui Coqui Coba Residence & Spa hotel Rooms & Suites - Yucatán, Mexico - Mr & Mrs Smith

Valladolid, Spain  While its status as the capital of Castilla y León places Valladolid more in the small city category, it still retains the convivial, laid-back air of a village. The town is overflowing with grand Gothic buildings, lively plazas and art spaces galore, from national museums to a late 16th building once home to Miguel de Cervantes, whose masterpiece Don Quixote was published around the time he resided here.

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Valladolid, Spain While its status as the capital of Castilla y León places Valladolid more in the small city category, it still retains the convivial, laid-back air of a village. The town is overflowing with grand Gothic buildings, lively plazas and art spaces galore, from national museums to a late 16th building once home to Miguel de Cervantes, whose masterpiece Don Quixote was published around the time he resided here.

ALCAZAR OF SEGOVIA, Spain.  Built in the 12th century, the alcázar of Segovia was the favorite residence of Castilian monarchs.  Almost each king made additions to the building, the last of which was in the 16th century when  king Philip II added the conical spires and the slate roofs. A fire in 1862 destroyed part of the roofs, but they were restored in the very same style they were built 300 years earlier.

ALCAZAR OF SEGOVIA, Spain. Built in the 12th century, the alcázar of Segovia was the favorite residence of Castilian monarchs. Almost each king made additions to the building, the last of which was in the 16th century when king Philip II added the conical spires and the slate roofs. A fire in 1862 destroyed part of the roofs, but they were restored in the very same style they were built 300 years earlier.

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