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


... 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 ...

An unexpected vacation to Cordoba

A travel blog entry by emizner


... I headed back to the hotel, and enjoyed spending a little time just relaxing.

I woke up after siesta and felt much better. I left again, and went into the Juderia (the Jewish Quarter) to wander the narrow streets, packed with white buildings. The Juderia in Spanish is among one of Spain's oldest, and contains only one of three remaining synagogues on the entire Iberian Peninsula (the Inquisition was not kind to the Jewish). I stopped at a ...

Day 368 - Call of Cordoba

A travel blog entry by everett.butler


... all studying for a semester in Spain. Their easy unassuming natures gave my soul some rest, and before long we were good friends clinking drinks at the local pub. For the next few days in Cordoba, I wandered and explored - seeing the beauty of the Metzcal, a former mosque turned to a sweeping bell towered cathedral, getting lost amongst the King’s Gardens, where water and light played gracefully with the ferns and trees, and enjoying ...

Moorish Spain - Seville and Cordoba

A travel blog entry by petesaga


... not sprawling along highways and coalescing. We landed in Madrid in rain, and had time to grab something to eat and walk the length of the rather long terminal before our flight to Seville.

Seville was dry and warm - 30C+ - under high cloud. From the airport and our taxi took us along boulevard beside the Guadalquivir river, flowing smooth and broad through the city with a few rowers out in the evening sun, then negotiated a maze of narrow streets to our hotel. ...

Mezquitas, Cathedrals, and Synagogues oh my!

A travel blog entry by aliceparish


... why:
Spain was an Islamic country for close to 700 years (not all of Spain was Islamic for the whole time, the last few hundred years include the Reconquista, the reconquest of Spain by the Christian kingdoms from the north of Spain). Cordoba was the capital of Al-Andalus (the Islamic name of Spain... fun fact the name Spain comes from the Roman name Hispania, which means land of rabbits) so it has a lot of Arabic architecture throughout the city, ...


This hotel, located on Avda. Barcelona, 7, Torreblanca, is near Jewish Quarter (Juderia), Palacio Museo de Viana, Calleja de las Flores, and Museo de Julio Romero de Torres.
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