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Travel: Spain – Xàtiva

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On our final day in Spain, we visited Xàtiva , a mountain village about 50 minutes south from Valencia and definitely worth a visit as you will see in today’s travelpost!

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Travel: Spain – Alicante

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Today’s travelpost is about the seaside resort of Alicante, on the Costa Blanca in Spain, which we visited during our Easter holiday.

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Travel: Spain – Valencia

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In today’s travelpost I want to share with you pictures of our daytrip to Valencia, the third largest city in Spain.

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Travel: Spain – El Castell de Guadalest

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Today’s travelpost is about the little village El Castell de Guadalest, or in short Guadalest, which is situated about two hours south of Valencia.

It lies in the mountainous background of the Costa Blanca and it’s said to be one of the most beautiful villages in Spain.

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Travel: Spain – Bocairent and Pou Clar

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When we were on holiday in Spain, we stayed near Bocairent, a mountain village just outside the national park Sierra Mariola. Last week you could already read about the bed and breakfast we stayed in and today I will take you to Pou Clar and the town of Bocairent.

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Travel: Spain – Casa Las Dos Salchichas

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During our Easter break, we had the most amazing holiday in Spain and France. In the coming weeks I will share with you lots of travelposts of what we did, where we ate and were we slept and today I will start off with the place we stayed at in Spain: Casa Las Dos Salchichas!

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Spain: Madrid – Palacio Real and Templo De Debod

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Today another post about lovely Madrid! I will tell you a bit more about our visit to the Palacio Real and Templo de Debod.

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