Pension Jardin

Address: Paseo San Juan Bosco 11, 12530 , Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12530, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Paseo San Juan Bosco 11, 12530 , Castellon Province.
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Travel Blogs from Castellon Province

Christmas Day Dinner...

A travel blog entry by downer on Dec 25, 2014

... dance floor surrounded by strange shuffling dance moves..! After two hours of this the drinking and behaviour of 60-90 year old people, it finally beat us and we returned back to Herman but not after a splendid lunch and many giggles...! Still your forgive the absence of any photos as we certainly don't want and reminders of what we saw... Still ...

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

4 comments, 7 photos

November in Spain was very...normal. Slow in a good way, the weather beautiful, the experience more and more like some version of regular life.

After traveling a lot in September and October, we purposefully put down some roots in November.

We enjoyed sinking into daily life here and letting the weekends be pretty slow. Sam joined not one, but two basketball teams (one at his school and one in the city of Valencia) so that's ...

El Nacho Grande

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Sep 07, 2014

4 comments

... actual spanish words mean. It's still a foreign place to us, but some things are the same wherever you live. Deb can still burn the **** out of scrambled eggs ("is somebody cooking something?"), the boys receive hours of entertainment with our laundry chute, and my winery/vineyard spanish is failing miserably in the various government offices we've had to visit for our paperwork. Perhaps most importantly, the people are wonderfully friendly. Henry ...

Monument to madness !

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Oct 26, 2012

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... Madame et moi. We bite the bullet and decide to leave France and head for Figueres in Spain.

France, au revoir. Hola, Espana.

Figueres

The town of Figueres, apart from a few attractive squares and streets, is a dump. One thing and one thing only attracts Seņor y Seņora to the place - The Dali Museum. We arrive on a Sunday night to find that the museum is closed on Mondays. This turns out to be a bit of luck as we head to Cadaques on the ...