Be of good cheer, brave reader of page 7. I wrote that in 1930 at Oropesa "the first state-run Parador was established in an historic building". That is what happened, as the Parador there still boasts: "The palace was converted into a Parador in 1930, the first historic and artistic monument in Spain to be used in this way." The Gredos Parador was built from scratch in 1928 and soon had the misfortune to see the Falange founded within its walls.
I'm sure you'll find even greater pleasure in reading about the other places mentioned in the book. The index is fun too. I recommend the entry "Castilians, supposed characteristics of".