Salinas de Imon Hotel & Spa

Address: Real 49, Imon, Castile-La Mancha, 19269, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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      Completion, contemplation & return

      A travel blog entry by patrickhaggerty on Apr 12, 2015

      So, as I sit @ the Madrid Airport waiting on my flight, I'm realizing this may be my last time in Spain. I didn't get to see and do everything that I wanted to. Part of me will miss it, but part of me will be glad to say goodbye. In all, I've spent close to two months here, probably longer than the imternship I did in Washington in the 90s, but I may have learned more about myself this time than @ any ...

      Cruise - Day 14

      A travel blog entry by argyles on Apr 10, 2015

      ... be eligible to use the Youth Programme. Before heading to our meal, I had a photo with our lovely cabin steward Grace. This evening we had our final meal in the Peninsular Restaurant. The waiters were nice but service was slow. Once we'd finished our meal, we headed to the teen club for the final time. We had our farewell party and said our last goodbyes. After this, the remaining teens headed to the Live Lounge, (which ...

      Siguenza & Medinaceli - Beautiful Medieval Village

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 24, 2015

      51 photos

      ... asked
      me where I was from, and invited me onto the roof of the house he was working
      on for an even better spot to photograph the church. He was quite attractive
      too, so I couldn’t refuse his invitation.

      The big castle at the top of the town dates from the 1200s,
      but it was significantly damaged during the Civil War in the 1930s. Like many
      castles is Spain it now serves as a parador, essentially a luxury historic
      hotel. I suppose one of the days I ...

      Atienza & Jadraque - Castles & Medieval Villages

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 23, 2015

      43 photos

      ... br> Meseta have led to major depopulation as young people have migrated to Madrid
      and other cities for several generation leaving declining villages populated
      mostly by elderly people.

      The first village I stopped in was Hita, a walled town on a
      hill with a few old Romanesque churches and a nice town square. It was still raining
      steadily and cold enough I wondered if it might turn to snow. Needless to say,
      I didn’t linger for long.

      About ...

      The D918: The Road to Heaven

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 14, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... was most definately on our to-do list as well, although we really had no idea how 'to-do' them. Would there be snow on the road in Summer? There are so many roads, which one do we take? Do you make it a full day trip or stay at one of the little villages on the way? Shall we ski, mountain bike or hike if we have time? What's the best way to experience it all without it costing an arm and a leg? Oh the perils of a modern-day swaggie! With limited help from ...