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Travel in Spain

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Sandy here.... I have been in Spain in a couple times and I still want to explore the beautiful country more... I have already been from Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia, the 3 top cities of Spain. All were wonderful places...
5 years ago, October 6th 2008 No: 1 Msg: #50912  
This coming Christmas holiday, I plan to come back in Spain. Any suggestion on where to find the best place in Spain to spend Christmas? Reply to this

5 years ago, October 6th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #50963  
Sandy, Iam sure that there are many wonderful spots in Spain, but my favorite must be San Sebastian (Donastia) in the Basque country. The old town is charming, the harbour is beautiful and the people are friendly. The Tapas bars are the best I've seen. Where ever you go I am sure you will enjoy it. Reply to this

5 years ago, October 7th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #50996  
hi sandy.... what I would love to introduce is the land of Barcelona... I've been there and it has a perfect location where modernize architecture is established...

Try to check this sample images that may help you foresee the wonder of Barcelona:



If you wanted for hotel bookings in Barcelona....

Have a very merry Christmas soon!!!
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5 years ago, November 5th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #53544  
Then this time visit Costa Del Sol. I have visited Costa Del Sol last month and stayed in hotel Enjoyed my stay a lot. The visited attractrion during my stay were

1- Benalmadena Sea Life Aquarium- located next to the marina offers a memorable experience for the whole family of mine to explore the wonderful sea life of the marine world.

2- Tivoli World Amusement Park- I had a bad time to take my two sons off from this park :-). include the Jurassic, Dinolandia, Tivoli Dragon, Passage of Terror, Karts, Merry-go-round, Bumper boats, Children's Roller Coaster, Twister, Tokaido, Telecombat, Aerobaby, Marine Bay, Ford cars, Pinocchio, Tivoli Jungle, Pirates, Roller Coaster, Autodrome and Mini-Motorbikes.

3 - The Garden De La Aquinas or the Garden of Eagles near Benalmadena village- The place i plan to visit again.

There are more places you can visit. such as Selwo Adventure Park,The Mijas Aqua Park,Fuengirola Zoo etc.

Enjoy...and my advance wishes
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5 years ago, November 11th 2008 No: 5 Msg: #54266  
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San Sebastian is a very good choice. Both Barcelona and Valencia are also fine this time of year. Madrid may be a bit too cold for your liking. Reply to this

5 years ago, November 12th 2008 No: 6 Msg: #54358  
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Madrid is the capital of the country and it is a beautiful city. It is a very big city with a lot of interesting things to visit, a lot of museos, monuments, etc...
I think Madrid can be a good choice to pass the Xmas! Reply to this

5 years ago, November 20th 2008 No: 7 Msg: #55092  
Have you thought of Andalucia?
Seville, Granada? They would be my choice Reply to this

5 years ago, November 25th 2008 No: 8 Msg: #55586  
I met lots of wonderful people. It's a program wherein you get to converse with Spaniards who want to imporve their fluency in ENGLISH and in exchange, the company takes care of your accommodations for 6 days in a 4 star hotel in Spain plus lots of fun activities! Reply to this

5 years ago, November 30th 2008 No: 9 Msg: #56047  
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I have been to Spain and visited most of the touristy cities like Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Toledo, Granada, Costa del Sol, etc. Maybe it's time you head south and try Sevilla and Costa del sol. I had a wonderful time there. Try, if you can, to watch a flamenco show and a bullfight in Sevilla. And there are a number of day trips from Costa del Sol which I think you'd like. Reply to this

5 years ago, December 3rd 2008 No: 10 Msg: #56334  
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san sabastian, alicante, toledo, granada... i think i would go with Madrid though Reply to this

5 years ago, December 12th 2008 No: 11 Msg: #57328  
Hello sandy,
There are many places in Spain to which you can visit.you can go to marbella,malaga,Seville.

In marbella as you are spending a couple of days go to east of downtown Marbella, at the , to drove in to Marbella for the day. We follow the signs as best we could, eventually deciding we must be in or near the downtown area of Marbella. Searching for Parking, we followed the blue "P" signs, which pointed us to a lane of traffic descending under the city.you can go to beaches,also to sea mountains....

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5 years ago, December 12th 2008 No: 12 Msg: #57341  
SO Sandy time is getting close! have you decided where you will go? I'm still pulling for San Sebastian, But if you wait and go on January 20/21 you can catch the Tamborrada ! A uniquely basque celebration that is twenty four hours of marching drummers, it is great fun! Reply to this

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