Hostal Carabela

Address: Cabanal, 5, Cullera, Valencian Country, 46400, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cabanal, 5, Cullera, is near Blasco Ibanez House/Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cullera


A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Sep 06, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... day of school, looking like a
little German school girl, I was so nervous but so excited that I didn't realize that my teacher had left the auditorium without me so I started totally freaking out, and just when I was about to go ask another teacher what to do he came back in and I sighed with relieve cause I hadn't been left behind. Then he called our class up and I followed them to a room, which I thought would be the torture for the rest of the year. We'll I was ...

Last week in Valencia

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 01, 2014

16 photos

... I'm not sure how many made it back to Valencia in one piece, but everyone on the train looked like they had had a hard day and were ready for a siesta.
Now is my last week in Valencia and I've just about run out of things to see and do. My last day out will probably be tomorrow when I intend to take a train journey (on my own this time) to a place called Xativa (that's exotic) where they supposed to have a great castle to ...

Sightseeing and settling in

A travel blog entry by billiejago on Feb 09, 2014


... The weather has been a bit overcast yet warm, but on occasion the sun has been lazing. To celebrate, we had a lovely picnic in the park with some of the teachers I know here, and it was heavenly. To feel the sun shining on your face in JANUARY! Amazing. We do a pub quiz on a Sunday night, and socially, you could be out every night if you wanted to! It is a night time sort of country. After the afternoon siesta it starts ...

Jamon, Cheese, & Vino

A travel blog entry by megs36 on Nov 19, 2013

9 photos

... weekend off together and spent Saturday roaming though the main city area, embracing every second and overwhelmed of where we were. After a good deal of walking and taking in the beautiful architecture we chose a small cafe for some tapas. We began with a cheese and jamon plate and a nice Verdejo. We then continued with mussels and an Albarino. Delicious! We left there with the aim to go shopping with my gambling money, though had ...

Worlds biggest food fight

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Aug 27, 2013

... for the pub crawl would be. We had a couple of hours spare before that began so we all split up into our own groups for dinner. Ours decided to go into the very first restaurant we found and there we shared some patatas bravas (not the best, quite possibly the worst I've had) and two paella dishes (traditional Valencian with chicken and a black squid ink seafood one). The food wasn't amazing and neither was the Agua Valencia (champagne and orange juice version of sangria) which ...

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