Agrupacion De Balnearios S.L. - Balneario Monlleo

Address: Placa de la Vila, 5 La Vilavella, 12526, Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12526, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Placa de la Vila, 5 La Vilavella, 12526, Castellon Province.
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Travel Blogs from Castellon Province

El Nacho Grande

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Sep 07, 2014


... by endless orange groves and just about every town has its own castle, ruined or reconstructed. The ancient Roman and Moorish influence is everywhere from town names (yesterday we went through Xeraco, Denia, and Almoines while driving down the Autopista del Mediterraneo) to fantastic architecture. It's exotic.

Our little community in the Valencian burbs is called Mas Camarena, which we call "More Shrimps" (camarones) because we don't know ...


A travel blog entry by posullivan09 on Jul 06, 2014

... we went back to the hostel, and got ready to join a pub crawl! We seemed to ave picked a very quiet Hostel since we were the only ones who went on it from here. But we went to another hostel and picked up some people. It was a really fun night, but they party way later than we do in NY! We started at a bar that was more like someone's basement where we played some beer pong and other games. Met a guy from South Africa and some girls from Hong Kong ( we ...

Last day in Valencia

A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Nov 29, 2013

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Started the day with breakfast at Jacob's local bakery cafe. I think I have had Spanish ham at every meal. I will miss it! Jacob's street turns into a clothing market on Fridays so we had a wander. Mostly junk! We headed off to a small port town north of Valencia but stopped on the way for a hot chocolate and donut at Alburaya. We caught a bus onto Port Suplaya which Jacob describes as little Venice. It finally shows the Spanish acknowledging ...

Why am I not bilingual?

A travel blog entry by jessistephenson on Sep 23, 2013

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... they didn't speak English and it was my only option. Oh well, I'll just try to be awesome at other stuff I guess ;) So it didn't feel like rainbows and butterflies last night. The couple that runs the hostel is so cute, his name is Juan and I've named her Silvia, I don't know what her name is yet but that suits her :)) They're fabulous, the hostel leaves something to be desired though. It's old, like 500 years old! Which is unbelievable but making yourself at home in ...


A travel blog entry by lmcquid on Sep 06, 2013

... two small problems; one a traffic bridge had been changed to a pedestrian bridge since I last did a map update ( did I mention that being Scottish I don't pay for updates I only take the free ones!!!) and two "That can't possibly be a street you can drive a car on - well actually you could!! We have a great terrace overlooking the city so dinner tonight will be wine, cheese, cold cuts, olives, tomatoes and crusty bread. Enough of eating in restaurants for a ...

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