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Lonja de Seda Valencia Silk Exchange

Valencia is a vibrant city on the mediterranean coast of Spain. With a population of around 800,000 its the capital of the Valencian Community which includes the provinces of Castellon Alicante and Valencia. The city is famous for its oranges

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Valencian Paella As we look ahead to spring, this year it begins on March 20th. Lighter foods appear on restaurant menus. Comforting winter food is left behind for fresher dishes. Paella and Rice dishes are a perfect choice for milder spring

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Los Patos Granada Hospes

Autumn in Granada is a strange season. Temperatures fluctuate dramatically from mid 30ºC to a maximum of 15ºC in November. Seasonal food comes into season like Persimmon, pomegranates and of course wild mushrooms. Local Autumn dishes appear on Andalusian kitchen

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Seafood Risotto at Palacio los Patos

I travel for work, for leisure, to visit family and friends to. There is nothing worse than arriving to the hotel after a long trip, tired from the hassle of airport security, faffing with your luggage or losing your way

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Hospes Palau de Mar Valencia Spain

Sometimes it´s hard to sleep. When travelling whether for work or even for leisure the change of environment, the unusual noises in unfamiliar surroundings or even the different pillow from your own can make it difficult to doze off. Last year

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Hospes Los Patos Granada Outdoor dining

Andalusia is a perfect destination for a luxury break. A place of contrast, beautiful architecture, vast expanses of wildlife, long white beaches and ancient monuments, it´s well worth visiting at any time of the year. Here´s how to make your

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