Hotel Vista Alegre

Address: Autovia del Sur, A4, Km 198,00, Valdepenas, Castile-La Mancha, 13300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Autovia del Sur, A4, Km 198,00, Valdepenas.
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Travel Blogs from Valdepenas

The Beginning

A travel blog entry by amobrien07 on Mar 06, 2015

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... Spanish music in stores or where a shirt in Spanish, it shows how influencial America is. I am in the classes to help the children learn English. It reminds me of how hard it was when my Spanish teacher would only speak Spanish to us because sometimes when I talk they are unsure of what I am saying. Right now theh are shy and for my introduction the only question I was asked was do you have a boyfriend, although different teenagers are teenagers where ever you go. ...

Carnaval

A travel blog entry by brown_family on Feb 13, 2015

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... finish up with the burial of the sardine.  This represents the farewell to life's pleasures and the beginning of Lent. In the schools, they celebrate all week long leading up to the beginning of Carnaval.  Every day, Nolan came home with a different design on his face or a mask.  Friday, all the kids were dressed up in costumes just like we would for Halloween. ...

Day Trip to Toledo

A travel blog entry by elisha.calle85 on Jul 04, 2014

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Declared a UNESCO world heritage site, this amazing medieval city was absolutely breathtaking. I travelled on a day trip here with Lauren and another guy from my hostel in Madrid. The first souvenir purchase I made was a beautiful fan. It was extremely hot that day so i needed to cool off. ...

A slightly imperfect day

A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 13, 2013

... before we went and had dinner around the corner from the plaza, which incidentally contains a strange Germanic feel. The restaurant itself was rather upmarket, however my stomach was feeling very poor, and it was getting so severe that I was now experiencing sharp tightness in my chest, similar to that of a very bad asthmas attack or nut reaction, and I suspected that it may have been the latter that caused it, after Dad had stuffed ...

Oldest Spanish Theatre

A travel blog entry by tiggercampervan on May 12, 2013

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Had to pop in here for a look - was open from 5pm on Sunday's after their long lunch. Had drink and Tapas in the unusual square while we waited for opening time

Theatre best described as a rectangular Globe - about the size of the watermill in Newbury. Open air - with the obligatory shades over the roof space.


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