Pension Fonda Maruja

Address: Pla de Sant Blai, 4 , Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12530, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Pla de Sant Blai, 4 , Castellon Province.
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Travel Blogs from Castellon Province

Christmas Day Dinner...

A travel blog entry by downer on Dec 25, 2014

Traumatic Times, Christmas Lunch booked, we arrived at 2pm, the restaurant packed full and the drink in full flow... Now because we were one of the last to take Christmas Lunch we were a course or two behind the others so when the music started and the senior guest started to dance it would appear this meant we were still eating our Turkey in the middle ...

Arrived For Christmas...

A travel blog entry by downer on Dec 14, 2014

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Stayed on this campsite before in March this year with Mark. It's a great campsite, clean and well laid out, convenient for the town, two supermarkets within 2 mins and the beach 500yards away. The campsite restaurant is a bargain with Sunday Roast €5, happy hour 4-6pm €3.20 for a large glass of wine, pint and a bowl of peanuts... And then there's the Quiz and Bingo nights..! Two Fat Ladies 88..! We have made our reservation for Christmas Lunch and are very ...

Feliz Dia de Gracias

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Nov 29, 2014

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... really well with his amalgamation of lessons, homework and language exchanges. I keep working away at my writing project and my Spanish speaking confidence, and have enjoyed this month of being in our world here, where I start to know people and feel more and more that I can initiate conversation. I even got invited to lunch by two women at my gym!

We'll have more holiday news -- and hope to hear from you with stories and pictures.


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El Nacho Grande

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Sep 07, 2014

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... by endless orange groves and just about every town has its own castle, ruined or reconstructed. The ancient Roman and Moorish influence is everywhere from town names (yesterday we went through Xeraco, Denia, and Almoines while driving down the Autopista del Mediterraneo) to fantastic architecture. It's exotic.

Our little community in the Valencian burbs is called Mas Camarena, which we call "More Shrimps" (camarones) because we don't know ...

Monument to madness !

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Oct 26, 2012

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Octobre 19th a Octubre 25th 2012


Thil, Toulouse

After 5 days respite care chez John et Grace, it is time to hit the road. Monsieur thinks Madame et moi are going soft after all the great food, wine and home comfort provided. We set the satnav for Carcassonne where Monsieur et Madame will have lunch. Carcassonne is a fairy tale like fortress town (restored and ruined by Viollet -le-Duc - according to Monsieur) but too touristy and crowded ...