Casa Chalele Villa

El Palmar, Murcia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel

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Paella King

A travel blog entry by onighjoy


We are only staying a short two days in Valencia yet it has already made a very good impression on us. Its a very clean and spacious city and the city centre is beautiful too. However, there are lots and lots of newish apartments around that reduce the character of the city. Today, I desperately wanted to try great paella, so with a bit of googling, I found Restaurant Levante which is meant to serve the best Paella in ...

Beach to Camp

A travel blog entry by mollytara.spain


... which was excelente. Several took a siesta while Molly and I packed to head off to camp.

Even though I knew that we could find our way there with public transportation (the camp is right off of a metro stop), Jesus insisted on taking us. The ride up (about 45 minutes) was pleasant, but then we spent the next hour trying to find the actual camp! We finally called Azucena, the camp director, and we were there.


Spain and Sex

A travel blog entry by blakebauer327


... much lower and parents can worry less about their kids being exposed to this material.

As I I’ve said already, Prostitution is legal in Spain, another example of how Spain’s views towards sexuality are much more lax than that of America’s. I say prostitution is legal but in actuality its legality exists in a legal “grey” area. Prostitutes themselves are free to conduct their business without any sort of legal repercussion. The people who can get ...

Siesta Fiesta: A Tale of Food and Family

A travel blog entry by simplydevi


Growing up in the United States, I've only experienced one kind of life: high pressured and fast paced. Coming to this country as an immigrant, at first it was all about how quickly and how well I could catch up to my peers. How well could I learn to speak English, master the art of writing, and be able to communicate? Once I hit high school, it was all about performance. How high could I get my grades? What class standing did I maintain? How many ...

Habits and Customs: Coffee and Beer

A travel blog entry by nvarner

... coffee house culture when Starbucks came on the scene. European, or most specifically, Mediterranean coffee culture, is not the same as Starbucks’ particular brand, but it offers many of the same elements (coffee, a place to sit, and pastries to eat). Despite the long presence of Starbucks in Europe, there does not appear to be a move from the Mediterranean model (espresso only, small wooden chairs, low lighting, and ...


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