Hostal Casa Paco

Address: Padre Roque Melchor, 4, Chilches, Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12592, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Padre Roque Melchor, 4, Chilches.
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      Day Twenty (On footpaths made of marble)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 20, 2014

      16 photos

      ... stuff to be seen at the coastal end of the former river. J was up for the bike ride (though I sensed a minor degree of apprehension).

      As I'd found in Barcelona, bikes are a great way of getting around, weaving through the inner city lanes and especially once we hit the bed of the former river. And once she gained some equilibrium and confidence, J was away. It was almost bizarre descending into an obvious river bed devoid of the single ...

      How does history affect an economy?

      A travel blog entry by caseybennett18 on Jun 29, 2014

      ... Portugal and how the Portuguese people need to dive back to their roots of Catholicism and Fado. The economy did not progress; Salazar was too focused on going backwards as a country. The dictatorship ended in 1974 with the Carnation Revolution and Portugal transitioned to the third Republic. Spainīs period of dictatorship is known as Francoist Spain and started in 1939 when the Spanish civil war was over. It ended in 1975 when Francisco Franco ...

      Shopping, art and Jacob

      A travel blog entry by bethalexandra on Nov 27, 2013

      8 photos

      I think we are actually getting used to having breakfast at 11! I rang Jacob in Barcelona but he was running for a taxi to catch the train back to Valencia at 10. I've just received a message from him saying they missed the train and were unsure how they were getting back. What a surprise! So Glenda and I are in Colon having breakfast at El Cortes Ingles with the Spanish version of the blue-rinse set. Shopped! ...

      Why am I not bilingual?

      A travel blog entry by jessistephenson on Sep 23, 2013

      12 photos

      ... just an hour before. It made me feel more at home so I toured around for a while, got some wine which was delicious and just people watched for a while. My wine was served with kettle cooked chips which was a very homey surprise :) Awake between 4-5, made myself sleep till 6. Still not adjusted. Between 9:30-11:30am I'm completely exhausted but as long as I suck it up during that time I seem to be fine. Went to the central market this morning after bread with tomatoes ...

      Flamenco @ Cafe del Duende

      A travel blog entry by on Sep 05, 2013

      21 photos

      ... We had pretty decent seats, then halfway through the crowd closed in on us. The male flamenco dancer was phenomenal! I captured the coolest segment of his dance on video. The sangria was like the ones they have at home...bad. All in all, next relaxing night out. The show didn't start till 11:30 at night and lasted till 1. OMG, they are so late here! Vale, buenas noches mis amigos!