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url 2019-06-21 11:48
5 Best Spain Festivals You Can’t Afford To Miss

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One of the most admirable things about Spain and Spanish is their commitment to a good party. When given a chance to enjoy and have the best times in Spain then fun and fiestas go hand in hand. Spain let you enjoy some true and crazy Spanish festivals in the part of the Iberian Peninsula. Throughout the year, there are multiple festivals celebrated in the country, from throwing tomatoes at one another in Tomatina festival to burning the massive figures people spent a year creating, all these festivals are quite an extraordinary that make your tour to Spain exciting.

It is easy to book affordable accommodation in a tourist-friendly country while the Spanish festivals are at its peak point of celebration and heavy tourist number. So, whether you are partying with other festival-goers in a budget hotel or wanted to stay in luxurious rooms then you can book your stay online from Dream Place Hotels. Here you can stay easily and have a relaxing time after running from some bulls, or crashing in tomatoes at each other. Also, to assure your trip at affordable prices you can book using Dream Place Hotel voucher codes that make your bookings budget-friendly and you could enjoy the crazy Spanish festivals!

Look here some of the best inspiring and entertaining festivals in Spain that calls for a must visit!




Tomatina Festival


La Tomatina is one of the best options and craziest Spanish festival to be enjoyed in Spain. Every year once in a while at the end of August month, thousands of people gather in the town of Bunol in the west of Valencia to throw away tomatoes at each other in the name of tradition and fun! You can bring your sunglasses and a change of clothes with you to be protective.






In the middle of March, an explosive party takes place in Valencia City known as the biggest fiesta, Las Fallas. So, forget any other thing and plan out your good time for four days in the city and see it turning into a carnival of huge paper-mache figurines where you will witness the amazing performances, fireworks, and bonfires. This is one of the famous Spanish festivals that offer a great time with huge bonfires that burn the whole night.




Spain Carnival


Let’s forget about the deep solemnity and prepare you to Spain’s popular festival, carnival. You will witness some good time here including the parades and performances that will fill the air with the buzz of celebration in Spain. Even you can take huge open-air parties that tend to take over the streets. The celebration is done in Tenerife, Cadiz, and Sites. These islands filled up with color, glitters and glamour that tend to attract visitors from all over the world. So make your way to one of these towns, and make sure to get dressed up, and get ready to dance all night long.






To enjoy at one of the most exciting places, April Fair in Seville offers you the best time to enjoy. Feria de Abril is undoubtedly one of the most exciting festivals in Spain that starts on the 14th of April. The fair continues with the conventional lighting of the entrance that offers fairground at midnight and in the coming months. During this festival, the following week the city is packed with entertainment, colours, and the best of Andalusian art such as flamenco.




San Fermin


Hope, all the above festivals in Spain will definitely let you have the best of your time. Also, make sure that you are ready with your plan by prepping up all things early like booking hotel rooms in Spain based on the festival you will attend.


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url 2019-03-15 05:11
Spain Highlight Tour | Spain Women Solo Trip for Women

If you are looking for Spain Highlight Tour come and stop at Women Traveling the World.  Women traveling the world to find exclusively designed itineraries for solo women travelers. Spain offers the regional uniqueness of the place can easily be identified as distinct on the European land. Get a Quote or Book Online Now!


Source: womentravelingtheworld.com/tour/the-best-of-spain
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url 2018-04-27 03:57
Fighting Erasure: Women SF Writers of the 1970s, Part V
The Idylls of the Queen: A Tale of Queen Guenevere - Phyllis Ann Karr
The Journal of Nicholas the American - Leigh Kennedy
The Dopplegänger Gambit - Lee Killough
Beggars in Spain - Nancy Kress
Deryni Rising - Katherine Kurtz
Journey to Aprilioth - Eileen Kernaghan
Shoebag - M.E. Kerr,Mary James
Flyer - Gail Kimberly

Article at  http://www.tor.com/2018/04/23/fighting-erasure-women-sf-writers-of-the-1970s-part-v says is "Onward! This time, my subject is women SF writers whose surnames begin with K and who debuted in the 1970s..."

Source: www.tor.com/2018/04/23/fighting-erasure-women-sf-writers-of-the-1970s-part-v
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url 2017-02-07 01:54
This Town in Spain is Filled with Bookstores

Travel 2 hours northwest of Madrid and you will find Urueña - a tiny town beside a medieval castle wall in Spain. In 2007, Urueña decided to become a Villa del Libro (a town of books) and joined the International Organization of Book Towns



Source: www.bookstr.com/article/this-town-in-spain-is-filled-with-bookstores/3093?utm_campaign=658564_newsletter_170206&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Book%20Str&dm_i=2P56,E45G,Z2B5Q,1FIPW,1
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url 2013-12-01 00:08
World Digital Library: Hebrew Bible

Hebrew BibleThis manuscript Hebrew Bible with full vocalization, accentuation, and Masorah annotation was created in Spain in around 1300. The Bible is illustrated and decorated in color, silver, and gold. The books of the Bible are arranged in the conventional order later adopted in Hebrew printed editions, with the exception that Ecclesiastes precedes Lamentations. Written on parchment in Sephardi square script, the manuscript has three columns per page, with 35 lines per column. The Masorah Magna notes are written in micrography. Masorah refers to the collection of critical notes, compiled in the 7th–10th centuries by Jewish scribes and scholars known as the Masoretes, and accepted as the authoritative regulator of the written and vocalized transmission of the Hebrew Bible, especially in matters of spelling, vocalization and accentuation. The Masora Magna refers to the relatively long notes on the upper and lower margins of a Bible manuscript, as distinguished from the notes surrounding the first letter of each book (the Initial Masorah) and on the side margins or between columns (the Masorah Parva). The Jewish National and University Library (what later became the National Library of Israel) received the manuscript as a gift in 1969.


Source: www.wdl.org/en/item/11363/#loclr=twwdl
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