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Valencia Holidays

9 October Fallas 1 May Feria de Julio Tomatina

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A local Spanish bull run…

Bulls in Spain are not limited to the bullring, nor do they run only in Pamplona. Many small villages throughout Spain have small events where you can get up close and personal with a bull or two. Large wooden barricades block off the streets to form a cage several city blocks long. People put up […]

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Lodging: Valencia, Spain

Residencial El Oasis Calle Oasis, 1 46183 L’Eliana Valencia, Spaintel: +34 96 275 04 61 fax: +34 96 165 65 We love this place, which is good. We stayed here a month! The bungalows are spacious and comfortable though a bit outdated. We have a 4 bedroom with beds for 7 and two sofas. […]

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Bike Tours

Reader Recommendation… One reader enjoyed her bike tour of Versaille so much that she was kind enough to pass along her recommendation for Fat Tire Bike Tours! An American owned and run company with tours in English, these bike tours are available in Paris, London, Berlin, and Barcelona! What a great way to see a […]

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Barcelona, Spain

Courtesy of the American Spouses of Brunssum Travel Information Guide Upon Arrival at Barcelona AirportOne person needs to get the luggage and the other person needs to stand in line for the Ryan Air Shuttle Service Tickets. Purchase round trip tickets. For two people total cost is 32 euros. Shuttle takes about 1 hour 10 […]

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Running Away…

Well, my blogging here will most likely slow just a bit this week as I’m running away to Spain for rest, relax, and hopefully, see just a little sun. Although our villa has wireless internet, I will most likely not have time to add many new things here. Be patient… a full Costa Blanca, Spain […]

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Lodging Search Links

Lodging 101: Hotels: There are some amazing hotels in Europe in all ends of the spectrum as far as price, cleanliness, and style. For singles, couples without kids, and small families, hotels can be quite cost effective. Look for places that offer a free breakfast. One less meal to worry about will save you lots […]

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