Hostal Residencia La Torre

Avda. Barcelona, 7, Torreblanca, Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12596, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Torreblanca

The rain in Spain

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Aug 30, 2013

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... with various background noises, such as the drone of motorway traffic, high speed rail lines, flight path of airports, but here at Ribamar it is the calming, soothing sound of the sea, waves tumbling onto the shore. Shortly after setting up, it came on to rain which lasted until early evening, but once the evening meal was out of the way, we were ready for an early night anyway. Thursday was a mix of overcast and sunshine, though we did ...

Cordoba to Seville

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Mar 27, 2013

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... Off that onto the following bus - takes ages, but the Hotel Triana is great. In view of the problems with finding the right bus go to the nearest bus station to find out about the airport bus, about 15m walk from hotel, will need to be on the first bus at 04.30! Walked into old Seville via the bullring, the centre is heaving with people for the Semana Santa, Cathedral looks fantastic at night, all ...


A travel blog entry by a.beanland on Oct 27, 2012

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... to officially establish our independence. The first leg of the train went fine - we went from La Rochelle, France to Poitiers, France on a quick hour journey in order to catch our train to Madrid, Spain. That is, aside from standing at the wrong platform in La Rochelle watching our ACTUAL train board... wonder where ours was...Luckily savior #1 told us we actually had 2 minutes to make it down and back up the stairs to the real train that we watched get ready to leave for a good ...

An unexpected vacation to Cordoba

A travel blog entry by emizner on Feb 03, 2012

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... half of the city. I started off in the direction of the castle, passing by the enormous walls of La Mezquita (which I'll get to later).

The Cordoba Alcazar de los reyes cristianos (Castle of the Christian Kings and Queens) was built in the 14th century during the time of the Reconquista in Spain, standing along a major trade route at the time. It was also the location in which Fernando and Isabel wished Christopher Columbus ...

"Sorry, it's The Moops"

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana on Feb 02, 2011

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... a peaceful place as a bustling metropolis in an age long passed.

These ruins were certainly the most interesting thing we saw in (technically outside of) Cordoba. If you don’t want to spend six euros on a tourist bus, you can take the o-1 to the roundabout and then walk up the road to the museum. Oh yes, the museum. For 1.50 you gain access not only to the lovely ruins, but also to a wonderful museum that has everything about the once prosperous city.


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