Balneario Termas Pallares - Hotel Parque

Address: C/ Constitucion, 20, Alhama de Aragon, Aragón, 50230, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on C/ Constitucion, 20, Alhama de Aragon.
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Travel Blogs from Alhama de Aragon

Facing my fears

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Feb 06, 2015

5 comments, 1 photo

... the next 50km the countryside was deeply covered in snow and then suddenly it cleared and in no time at all there was nothing.

These last few days have been a time of some anxiety for me and at times my stomach was churning as if I was about to have a filling at the dentist's. I have a funny pattern of fear, I wasn't too bothered by the prospect of driving in Europe, even in the snow, but I was very worried about going on a toll road for the ...

Beneficial sexism and the housing crisis

A travel blog entry by harrietmarsden on Jan 24, 2015

... br>
And anyway, I'm not your personal sodding travel guide. You want to know about the wine region in Spain? Pick up a book! Or hey, don't we have that thing called the Internet now?!

Also, read it, don't read it, I couldn't give a *****, frankly. In the words of one of my more...prickly...students, "go **** yourself".

(Yes, a student said those immortal words to me).

(She was ten).

But moving on, a rather less idiotic reader mentioned ...

The Day My Feet Were Violated

A travel blog entry by harrietmarsden on Jan 21, 2015

10 photos

... just like the
girls there...

I tend to be very sneery about the English. Uptight, snobbish, repressed, and unable to share an honest opinion out loud. "I'm just not very British", I used to tell people smugly. Well more fool me.

Because as I start to stack up countries I've visited, lived in, I'm becoming disillusioned. It's a truth universally acknowledged that traveling teaches you about other cultures, but what very few people talk about is how much ...

The D918: The Road to Heaven

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... was most definately on our to-do list as well, although we really had no idea how 'to-do' them. Would there be snow on the road in Summer? There are so many roads, which one do we take? Do you make it a full day trip or stay at one of the little villages on the way? Shall we ski, mountain bike or hike if we have time? What's the best way to experience it all without it costing an arm and a leg? Oh the perils of a modern-day swaggie! With limited help from ...

Monasterio de piedras

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Jul 13, 2014

21 photos

The monasterio de piedras is like a hidden gem. When driving to get there, you go through a lot if dry land. Then you start going up curvy roads. When you get there , you really can't believe your eyes. It's this natural park where there used to be a monastery for monks to live.
We first went on a tour of the monastery. It was interesting to see how they lived and also that they separated certain monks from others, ...