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 full evening..

A travel blog entry by knickles on Sep 05, 2013

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... like cattle). We were told that the older students were going to haze the freshman again and then go to a bar; we could also can participate. My two friends and I decided to go with them, and we even ran into two more Berklee students. Habib and I decided to do one of the hazing games! It was a race, they spun us around about 10 times and we needed to run 50 ft and run back. I DIDN'T win, but it was still ...

A Chill Day

A travel blog entry by on Aug 29, 2013

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... about my country and culture. It was a nice short chat. He seems to have a good well-thought through idea about culture differences and its indications for society. Bravo!

I forgot to mention, I gained a new classmate, Joe. He was in a more advanced class, but may be more suited to my class level, so now he's here. I think he's from the UK. He seems like those typical young Europeans that were mature beyond their years and are very thoughtful, ...

Views on Spain

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Oct 31, 2012

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... to the riddle. Eventually exhausted you find your way to the bus stop that you probably actually lapped 5 times already, it's not as easy as you all may think. After all of this confusion in finding where I was going I decided to expand my Spanish vocabulary to include key directional words such as, it's straight ahead and turn right. People are very helpful with providing advice on getting somewhere, however even after you ask them habla ingles ...

As The Time Goes

A travel blog entry by galentlevy on Sep 21, 2012

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Well, I have been quite busy over the last month or so. Classes are going GREAT. I love all of my teachers & it's pretty easy too. I don't seem to be studying nearly as much as my apartment-mates (Stacey & Sarah), should I be worried? I feel like I hardly have anything. I love Dr. No's class..I think that's probably my favorite one. We usually go to a different part of the city, take notes on it & then write ...

Catalan Exceptionalism

A travel blog entry by inta3303blog on Jun 20, 2012

... The 1992 Olympics exemplify this perfectly. Catalunya has since used the Olympics as a starting point on its path to creating a reputation for itself as an international destination. Today the region has massive international appeal, arguably more than any other city or region in Spain. The modernization that has transformed the region in addition to its linguistic connection with the rest of Europe further validates the fact that Catalunya cannot be considered Spanish.

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