Casa Chalele Villa

El Palmar, Murcia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in El Palmar, is near Parque Natural de la Albufera, El Palmar, and La Dehesa del Saler.
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Travel Blogs from El Palmar


A travel blog entry by kyajade on Sep 02, 2013

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... Then the tapas came out. I got a salad on the first round, and the others got something with meat. Then we got a platter of different bruschettas, then a plate of potatoes in a really delicious sauce, which was amazing. We ordered a jug of Agua de Valencia, which is a kind of cocktail made with Valencian orange juice, and it tasted like it had no alcohol at all but it was actually quite strong! We had a good chat and a laugh with the group, and the tapas kept ...

Spain part 2: Valencia

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Aug 06, 2013

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... I decided very suddenly that I'd had enough, so I pulled out my map and managed to find my way home. The next morning I met a guide down at reception who took a bunch off us into the Plaza de la Virgen to meet our free walking tour guide. Duncan was a Scottish bloke who studied in Valencia, and liked it so much he moved back, and now does walking and riding tours every day. He was very knowledgable, and took us all around the Old City, through ...

Setting things on fire!

A travel blog entry by sarahjanematt on Mar 20, 2013

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Well, our overnight train trip was... narrow, smelly and loud. One of our lovely cabin mates was snoring up a storm, and gassed us in between chainsaw noises. We also had far too much baggage for the space we were allotted and I slept cuddling my backpack. Comfy! Still, we got some sleep and found our way to the hostel with plenty of time to spare. Las Fallas was amazing! We met with our tour (a great bunch of people) ...

Myra's dream, Bill's nightmare!

A travel blog entry by bdvano on Aug 29, 2012

1 comment, 9 photos

... pressure released and soon you could navigate on your own. We took our dirty, smelly, wet, pink bodies to a small shopping plaza where we had agreed to meet Debbie.

Debbie had watched the events unfold from a safe sanctuary where most of the locals also took refuge. Several small cafes served food and drinks and Debbie enjoyed some cold beers and took pictures. The folks who threw the tomatoes off the trucks, jumped out at this center and were cheered ...

Soccer, more than just a sport

A travel blog entry by lgjino3 on Jun 06, 2012

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... to European soccer is College football. College students all around the United States live for the football season. There are different leagues all around the US and each has their distinct rivalries and styles. Georgia Tech is in the ACC, one of the better leagues along with the SEC, Big Ten, Pac 10 and Big East. Big Ten plays a physical heavy running offense while the Pac 10 is known for their air raid offenses. The SEC which is college footballs hands best league runs a ...

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