Olimpia Hotel

Address: C/Balson de Guillen, no 1, Totana, Murcia, 30850, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/Balson de Guillen, no 1, Totana, is near Nautica Ereso.
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Travel Blogs from Totana

Day 9 Spain!

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Sep 05, 2015

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... wifi!! At about 4:30pm we walked into the main part of Murcia and looked at a few shops and tried to find somewhere to eat! But in Spain most restaurants have siesta from 5-8pm so we were out of luck :( we resorted to Burger King in the end which wasn't too great but we were getting pretty hungry by then! After that we walked around the old part of the city and saw a ...

Day 8 Spain!

A travel blog entry by adamjess on Sep 04, 2015

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We had a good nights sleep in our €50 hotel room!! We then drove straight to Murcia which is where we are staying for the next 3 nights. We made it through town which was a bit hectic because it was so busy!!! We made to the hotel and this place is beautiful, which is nice for our last few days in Spain we checked in to our hotel and parked the car we ended buying the parking in a combo with the room and that made it so easy because we just went ...

Hotel Mariposa (aka Marigold!)

A travel blog entry by halloween1 on Jul 25, 2015

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... and Steve tried to stay awake. Hey, two of us had fun. And that was AFTER, we had to change rooms because it was so bloody hot and the only room to have air con was the family suite which and two room and one bathroom. Hey, we are all military/police trained, so we kept the doors opened, shared the air con.....as well as the snoring, the ******* etc etc A nice cosy weekend in true(?) Spanish style! Lol We nicknamed the Hotel La Mariposa the 'Hotel Marigold' ......difference is we all ...

Campillo de Adentro, Cartagena

A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 29, 2015

22 photos

... war ships were painted on the walls, and explored the whole huge area. Built like a Spanish fort it was something like a fairy land castle, with towers here and there, steps leading up and down levels, cook rooms, ammunition battery, dormitories etc. Great fun in the heat so when we saw about a kilometre away another battery of smaller guns we decided to head home and swim. A great outing. We did consider heading off and exploring local towns but to be honest we had ...

El Berro and Sierra Espuna

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jun 15, 2015

5 comments, 5 photos

... seeking two years ago after travelling through the bustling, high-rise Costas. A British traveller advised us we would need to go inland and this little sleepy backwater must be about 15 miles as the crow flies from the Med. Anyhow, to bring our readers up-to-date, we left Alcossebre last Tuesday after saying farewell to neighbours who for a change were not from The Netherlands but Germany. Thankfully for us they all spoke a degree ...