L'Azohia

Address: Ctra. La Azohia s/n, La Azohia, Murcia, 30868, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Ctra. La Azohia s/n, La Azohia, is near La Manga Club Tennis Centre.
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Travel Blogs from La Azohia

At sea sailing down past Cartagena.

A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Nov 10, 2014

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... lunch in the Pacific Restaurant, for the first time, back for some more quoits. Temperature rising to a comfortable 20 degC. This time better luck we were partnered with another couple. George and the wife of the other couple beat me and the husband in the final. We were past Gibraltar by this time and on our way to Barcelona. Tonight it's the Captain's cocktail party so it's a chance to get a few free pre dinner G & Ts on P & ...

Small price to pay

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Nov 08, 2014

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Seemingly forever battling with the work/living/happiness ratio thus far, continually searching for job satisfaction, continually being told not to expect so much; I have trundled on regardless through several career changes, two degrees, one business venture yet never staying in a job more than 14 months in 20 years.

But with teaching its different, I love it! I have discovered that job satisfaction does exist but that it ...

Only about three weeks late...

A travel blog entry by sophistikitty on Oct 16, 2014

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... it re-enact the battle between the Romans and Carthaginians, when the Romans invaded this area while Hannibal was busy attacking Rome. It seems like the entire city takes part; we went to watch one of their processions and perhaps a thousand people in hundreds of different costumes marched past, with war drums and occasionally acrobatics performed by 'slaves'.

The attention to detail and effort that goes into this festival ...

Don't worry, Be Happy

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Oct 09, 2014

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I am no longer homeless, but I have a fabulous split level, marble tiled apartment at the top of an old building in the middle of Murcia. So close am I to the opposing side of the street I can watch their TVs and hear them snore. Up here in the Gods the sun streams in and the noises of the street are whispers. Short of the score and 80-piece orchestra in the pit I feel like I'm an extra in West Side Story.

The perfect place then to escape the mayhem of the 'Academy'. Instead of ...

Spain - Europes wild west

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesglobal on Oct 03, 2014

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... only be described as
'weird’, statues), and often a ruined castle. Your typical Spaniard has
experienced a degree of prosperity in the past, but since the GFC, they are being
forced into having to get used to being poor again. Some villages are starting
to look a little tired, and litter is a problem in some towns. Culturally they appear
to have a problem in the area of litter management. Walk into any bar/cafe and you will ...