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Paradores are old castles, palaces and other heritage properties now run by the state as hotels in Spain that provide a great opportunity to experience history, culture and gastronomy. Reserve Paradores in Spain through Palace Tours by visiting palacetours.com or call us toll free at 800-724-5120. We offer online reservations for instant confirmation.
Spanish for travelers, check into a hotel Buen dia. Su nombre? Su apellido? Reservacion por cuatro noches? Reservation for four nights? Your name, last name? Id or passport and credit card to check in please. Credits to the following: Photographs: Hotel California by Kevin Dooley, under creative commons license CCBY https://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/1577999575 Front Desk by Alan Light, under creative commons license CCBY https://www.flickr.com/photos/alan-light/3895855453 Luggage by Jason Kuffer, under creative commons license CCBY https://www.flickr.com/photos/digiart2001/2326795765/in/photolist-4xBrjn-8U1LH6-mhrZxe-5wTAV-4Zvv98-4W3yJy-88Rg5C-dSva2T-aQQSw-oAmviX-5dxRJx-8aHWDS-4VYhA2-mt9YS3-4VYo5n-4uPxX-5sVXCq-8ou89P-dukSaA-7zYcgk-4ut12Y-nJgphQ-95WN57-6Q1ED-4ekHfy-oPerJU-9wRLo9-...
http://www.elbulli.com/ El Bulli (as of 2008, the restaurant refers to itself with the orthography elBulli) is a Michelin 3-star Spanish restaurant run by chef Ferran Adrià. The small restaurant overlooks the Cala Montjoi bay, in Roses on the Costa Brava in Catalonia, Spain, and has been described as "the most imaginative generator of haute cuisine on the planet" and does a great deal of work on molecular gastronomy. Restaurant has judged El Bulli as Number One on Restaurant (magazine) Top 50 list of the world's best restaurants a record five times — in 2002, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. The restaurant has a limited season: the 2010 season, for example, will run from June 15 to December 20. Bookings for the next year are taken on a single day after the closing of the current s...
Everywhere you turn in Seville, Spain, there are reminders of a rich religious past, including its cloistered convents, which have been part of the fabric of the community for hundreds of years. Yet few women in Spain heed the call to join the sisterhood anymore, and once-bustling communities are now the victims of decay. Jeffrey Brown reports on efforts to save the endangered convents.
http://tourvideos.com/ The number one attraction of Barcelona is undoubtedly Sagrada Familia. This unfinished church is a whimsical, steel-beamed mountain growing out of the landscape, a creature of the imaginative mind of Antoni Gaudí who died while it was still under construction, run down by a tram in a tragic accident. Barcelonans have been working on the church for a century, and in the past decade have made remarkable progress -- in the movie we flash back ten years to show how the interior was filled then with metal scaffolding which is all gone now. The interior of Sagrada Familia seems finished, a modern version of the Gothic ideal. There are still various political arguments about how to get the work done and how to pay for it, but Sagrada Familia is fully open to the public....
Get more Tips here! http://www.destinationtips.com Before visiting a new country, you probably search high and low for all the things you should do during your stay. But what about all the things you shouldn't do? That's why we've prepared a list of 5 things NOT to do in Spain. 1. Don't Wear Swimwear on the Streets It's illegal to venture out on the streets while wearing just your board shorts or a bikini. So make sure you pack a cover up in your beach bag so you're not hit with a hefty fine. 2. Don't Stop for a Plainclothes Police Officer If you get stopped by a plainclothes officer, politely ask for a uniformed officer to come to the scene. Crime is relatively low in Spain but thieves may disguise themselves as officers to catch you off guard. 3. Don't Even Think About Eating Early ...
Spain... on the road Again is a 2008 American food and travel series produced by PBS. The show features Iron Chef Mario Batali, actress Gwyneth Paltrow, New York Times food writer Mark Bittman, and Spanish actress Claudia Bassols. Each episode covers a different region of Spain as the foursome explore the country's culinary traditions and history.
Travel TV host La Carmina (http://www.lacarmina.com) takes her traveling video series to Spain! In this episode, she explores Barcelona -- including an Art Nouveau Catalan hotel, Gaudi architecture, fashion in the Gothic Quarter, hipster graffiti at El Raval. Then, she takes the train south to Granada where she stays in an ancient Moors home, and discovers the Alhambra palace with grand gardens, fountains and tiles. See ALL her Barcelona travel tips & photos on #LaCarmina blog: http://www.lacarmina.com/blog/categor... Produced by Borderless Media, http://www.borderlessmedia.tv GRACIAS to Spain Tourism Board (http://www.spain.info/ca) for the support, and Eurail (http://www.eurail.com) for the train passes throughout Europe. --- La Carmina is a Travel TV host, fashion and travel blog...
He couldn't answer my reservations
He couldn't answer and I
One little answer a cheap little answer
Would have meant so much I
Some kind of response now
Some cheap little answer would have meant it to me
And she's never been the places she oughta
But that doesn't stop her being around
And she's never been the places that she oughta
She's just a miner's daughter
She's been around but she's never made it and
She's been around but she's never one to give you reservations