Thus she lived in mental darkness, in her palace of Tordesillas, for nearly half a century, an object of pity and commiseration.
Dans un moment, me dit Tordesillas, on va nous apporter à manger: nous allons souper ici tous deux.
But before Charles would show himself to his people he visited his mother and his youngest sister Katharine at Tordesillas.
Padilla hurried back, hearing his wife was ill, and in his absence the Imperial army sacked Tordesillas.
Tordesillas was imprisoned a short time after his master, on the suspicion that he entertained the same opinions.
The remaining years of her miserable existence were spent at Tordesillas, where she died on the 11th of April 1555.
War once set a-going, Padilla went down to Tordesillas to see the queen.
Arbocala, now called Tordesillas, was captured without much difficulty.
Tordesillas , on the Douro, owes its existence to the junction of roads which cross the river by its noble bridge.
Marmont has earthed himself safe on the left bank of the Douro, and secured the bridge in front of Tordesillas.