Casa Chalele Villa

Address: 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

Domingo: La Playa

A travel blog entry by on Sep 08, 2013

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... He's good looking and cerebral at 19 years old. I wish I could have a son just like him. We all can use someone like him in our lives. What a young a man! OK, enough Rune-praising. He's just too cool. I told him his phrase deserved a blog mentioned. So there.

After the beach, the group made plans to meet up again in the evening for a short chill hang-out. I already felt that my chance of meeting up is slim. I just felt ...

Tomato time

A travel blog entry by 2girls1world on Aug 28, 2013

... the ham. Once the ham is captured then the tomato trucks then are able to start coming through and begin the mayhem. So after that short description of how it all works, and us thinking we were in a great spot to view everything, it quickly came apparent that we were wrong. After an hour of waiting and sitting on the curb the street began to fill with people from all sides of the world. After another half an hour we wernt able to sit anymore and had to stand, as ...

Settling In

A travel blog entry by papadiego on Jul 12, 2013


... We've heard that one of the kids we've gotten to know, Mateo, has broken his arm, so he'll be out of commission for a month. Some of the plans we made with him will have to be reconsidered.
Later: Once our clothes were hung out the window to dry, we found an ATM and the most fantastic market! El Mercado Central is an indoor farmer's market with vendors of everything from live eels to ...

We are NOT at war, it’s just firecrackers.

A travel blog entry by josiezim on Mar 18, 2013

3 comments, 73 photos

... correctness. They do an enormous procession in the streets, too. It includes seemingly every man, woman and child of the Valencia area dressed up in traditional Spanish garb (and I mean full-on, no joke, traditional garb). They are each carrying a bouquet of red carnations, heading to a central point where they place their flowers into a dress adorning the Virgin Mary. Not just a regular, life-sized statue, of course. Oh no, this is a forty-foot tall, scaffold-ed Mary. The ...


A travel blog entry by 2399 on Aug 17, 2012


... to the city of arts and sciences. The city of arts and sciences is a building shaped like an alien hat designed by a Spanish arcitect. I don't have any pictures of it so when you finish reading, look it up on Google.

Okay, well, if I happen to know you, once we get into our house (when we finally pick one out) the doors are open. I'll write more when we get wifi!

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