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Marriott Marbella Spain

Marriott Marbella Spain

Discover a tranquil oceanfront oasis in Spain at Marriott s Marbella Beach Resort. Located just moments away from the crystal-clear waters of Marbella s famous Elviria Beach, our resort features spacious, intelligently appointed apartment rentals; each one of our luxury apartments offer separate areas for living, sleeping and dining, a fully equipped kitchen, a washer and dryer, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi access, a private balcony, a whirlpool …


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English teaching jobs in Spain

English teaching jobs in Spain

Watch ITA graduate, Lauren O Rourke from Chicago, IL, discuss her experiences teaching English in Barcelona, Spain. Private Language Schools The majority of English teaching jobs are found in private language schools & institutes. Private enterprises that specialize in language training, these schools typically cater primarily to adults, including businessmen and university students. Teachers are paid by the hour (13-18 euro per hour typically) …


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Aragon Spain

Aragon Spain

Aragon Spanish Aragón, comunidad autónoma (autonomous community) and historical region of northeastern destroyed numerous vineyards there. Meanwhile, the population of the province and city of Zaragoza has grown at the expense of Huesca and Teruel. One-half of Aragon’s population lives in Zaragoza city. Most of the land is cultivated by , producing crops of , , olives, and grapes. The land, however, is far more productive and accounts for the better …


While at Queen Elizabeth National Park you will have game drives viewing several wildlife species including some on the big five and have a boat cruise on Kazinga channel. Your Uganda Gorilla Safaris From there you later head to Kibale Forest National Park home to several primates, do chimpanzee tracking, watch monkeys and do bird watching.

Flamenco dancing in Spain

Flamenco dancing in Spain

Flamenco is one of the most characteristic elements of Spanish culture, especially throughout the southern region of Andalucía. That s precisely why several of our schools - Granada, Madrid, Marbella & Sevilla - offer a one-of-a-kind Spanish + Flamenco course, where you can learn Spanish while learning how to dance flamenco. What better souvenir to take home with you? Learn more about this unique course and where it s offered right here: Spanish …

Camino de Santiago Spain

Camino de Santiago Spain

Spilling over the Pyrenees from France into Spain, the network of trails that make up the Route of St. James—or El Camino de Santiago—converges at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. For more than a thousand years, pilgrims have trekked over the high plains of Castilla and the hills of Galicia, some to honor the Apostle James; others in the midst of their own spiritual journey. The route has given rise to historic and religious sites that represent …

Education in Spain

Education in Spain

Schooling in Spain is state funded and is compulsory between the ages of six years and sixteen, given that no courses are repeated. Although non-university education in state-funded schools is free in Spain, parents must pay for books, materials, and sometimes uniforms for their children. Once the required schooling is finished, a student can then opt to continue on to high school (bachillerato) or move on to a vocational school. Only those who finish …

leon Spain

leon Spain

The pilgrims, scallop shells dangling from their backpacks, are up before the sun. In the cool of the dawn I watch from the balcony of my parador, itself a former pilgrims’ hostel, as these doughty hikers cross the old San Marcos Bridge and make their way out of León. This ancient seat of the Reconquista, eponymous capital of the kingdom which famously had 24 kings before its upstart neighbour Castile even had laws, has long been a major way-station …

gibraltar Spain

gibraltar Spain

Every once in a while, usually during a domestic Spanish scandal, Spain decides to kick up a fuss about British rule of Gibraltar. Eventually it all comes to nothing. Nevertheless, it s worth going through the main reasons why Gibraltar is not Spanish, and won t be anytime soon. 1. It is British in perpetuity Lets be clear from the outset. Spain s legal claim to Gibraltar is weak. It does not dispute the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713, the document which …

Spain Economy

Spain Economy

While growth is back on track, employment and savings continue to struggle amid rising inequality By and It has taken the Spanish economy a decade to claw back lost output after its worst crisis in modern history, but the wounds are far from healed. While gross domestic product is this quarter on track to finally reach the level registered in 2007, employment is almost 12 percent lower, wages remain subdued and social inequality has risen even as …

Mines of Spain Dubuque

Mines of Spain Dubuque

Trails note- Trails in the Mines of Spain can be affected by water depths of the Mississippi River. Catfish Creek which runs through the park consists of back waters of the river and its depth varies with the rivers depth. Please check water depths of the river by going to River Gages Website Flood stage in Dubuque is 17 feet. The portions of the Calcite Trail and Mesquakie Trail are affected when the river stage is at 15 feet. The Catfish Creek Trail …

Murcia, Spain

Murcia, Spain

We stayed in Murcia for two nights, and it would have been great to stick around longer. This is a city–and region–that’s largely unknown to Americans, but it should definitely be on your radar. It’s affordable, easy to get around, and chock full of all of the mandatory things a Spanish destination should have: we visited cathedrals, did a tapas crawl, shopped at Veronicas market, shopped at the legendary El Corte Ingles (they have everything!), wandered …

spain gardens

spain gardens

I have been living here for the last 7 months and I have had ongoing issues with the management staff, specifically the property manager, Matt. There have been a few issues that I needed the management team to address only to be met with little to no response. The most recent episode is the most upsetting. I cam home on Tuesday from a weekend trip over Labor Day to discover a leak in the ceiling of my second floor apartment. It was after hours and …

flights to ibiza Spain

flights to ibiza Spain

Flights to Ibiza arrive at the Ibiza Airport, which is located only 7 km from the center of Ibiza Town. The airport caters to tourists with travel agency desks, tour guides, and duty-free shops, as well as the typical restaurants and cafés. There are banks with ATMs and a bureau de change, and guests have access to a pharmacy, first-aid clinic, and chapel. Passengers arriving on Ibiza flights can hire special taxis or rental cars upon arrival. There …

Pals, Spain

Pals, Spain

The medieval town of Pals is located on the Costa Brava, to the east of the city of Girona. 
Situated on top of a hill, overlooking Platja de Pals, this charming town with its cobbled streets, craft shops, traditional restaurants and bars is a great place to visit in Catalonia. The airport just to the south west of Girona is approximately 45 minutes drive. Playa de Pals is situated within a crescent shaped four kilometre bay; it isn t so much a resort …

Currency of Spain

Currency of Spain

Sample prices It is always a good idea to budget for a trip so you don’t run out of money. Here are a few sample prices so you have plenty of dosh for your Spanish vacation: Spanish Cordobes hat = €5 Sangria (drink made of red wine, sugar, fruits and ice) = €10 Flamenco show plus drink = €25 Spanish soccer jerseys eg Ronaldinho = from €65 Average room prices = you’ll pay around €15 for a hostel bed, €50 for something mid-range, and €150 and upward …