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5 Best Spain Festivals You Can’t Afford To Miss

Spain Festival

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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review 2015-11-27 13:00
Blacque/Bleu by Belinda McBride
Blacque/Bleu - Belinda McBride

GR Cleanup Read February 2011


This book was fabulous. I, for a change, have no complaints. The paranormal aspects were a living part of the story, the closeted werewolf hero and the sexy, tormented vampire hero magical together. The secondary characters weren't lost in the shuffle either, they were well developed and added to the story. I'll definitely be looking for more from this author in the future.

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review 2014-10-28 12:31
Bitten - Kelley Armstrong

Bitten!  Have you seen it?  I accidentally stumbled across the series while watching Face Off on the Syfy network and decided to DVR the whole thing to watch while folding laundry.


Seeing as I read the book well over a decade ago and didn't remember a damn thing I knew it wouldn't annoy me if they changed things (and they always change things, don't they?). Considering the network, this was a pretty decent show. The cast is gorgeous and perhaps that is blinding me to some of its faults but after a few episodes, I was pretty well hooked. The actors who play Clay & Elena have incredible chemistry but, as is with the book, I found myself annoyed with Elena's flip-flopping which is finally explained near the end of the season. The middle of the season episodes were full of fun kung-fu fighting scenes and the gore/romance are evenly balanced. Check it out if you've got some laundry to fold!

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review 2014-10-28 12:30
Bitten by Kelley Armstrong
Bitten - Kelley Armstrong

I read this in 2003. and just recently caught up the tv series Bitten on the Syfy network and from the little I remember of the book it seems they've done a pretty good job!  Have you seen it?


Hmmm, I had an odd experience with this book. I didn't particularly like either main character. Elena, the only female werewolf in existence, as we're told time and again, or Clay, the super alpha wolf with the Chippendales looks. They just weren't that likable. But I still manged to find the story compelling despite them. 

Elena despises Clay (but loves him too) and only wants to live a normal "human" existence. Clay, born and raised a werewolf, can't figure her out. He wants her, she wants him, so what's the problem? Well, for starters, Elena lives with another man whom she claims to love yet diddles around with Clay when she's in his turf. Elena is so wishy-washy about this and it continually annoyed me.

Character flaws aside, I did enjoy the book. As it moved along, I understood Elena's quandary a bit better (though she still annoyed the hell out of me at times) and Clay's ruthlessness and possessiveness was nicely balanced by the whole "mating forever" thingy that happens between wolves. I still felt bad for the poor human sap Elena was stringing along but whatever . . .

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review 2014-07-24 13:00
Mackenzie's Mission by Linda Howard
Mackenzie's Mission - Linda Howard

I read this awhile ago and am still fixing/updating my GR reviews one by one.


Mackenzie’s Mission is the sequel to the fabulously romantic and just about perfect Mackenzie’s Mountain and it had a lot to live up to and it didn’t quite do it. Yeah, I know it’s not fair to rate a book comparing it to its prequel but I read them back to back and I never claimed to be fair anyway. “Mission” is a perfectly serviceable category romance if you like the uber-alpha male and the virginal heroine and can stomach the dated-ness when it comes to women in a “man’s” place of work. It follows the same romantic formula as Mackenzie’s Mission (experienced alpha meets virgin, sparks fly, they have lots of pain-free stupendous sex and fall madly in love) but it just didn’t resonate with me the way the first book did. But honestly? There aren’t many books that resonate with me on that level.

This is Joe’s story and I really liked Joe in “Mountain”. He was just a kid with big dreams in the previous book and it was a thrill reading about him living out those almost impossible dreams of his and becoming an elite fighter pilot but he has grown into a bit of a cocky fella. He is a Colonel and in command of a team creating a new top secret fighter weapon. Caroline is a specialist on the team and the only female in this male oriented little world and they are not very nice to her. To protect her, Joe decides she’ll have to pretend to be “his”. Well, you know how all that pretending usually turns out in these books, right? Yeah, it happens here. Some drama and adventure and backstabbing stuff happens and there is some witty repartee that I absolutely loved and some super-hot sexual bits but the plot and characters, I’m sad to say, are really nothing to get all excited over.

Caroline was sort of a throw-away heroine. She was certainly not abrasive or obnoxious but she didn’t stand out to me in any way that moved me emotionally and I never really understood her. She was a brainiac who skipped grades, never fit in with her peers and thus was unable to relate to guys and edging close to 30 is still a virgin, even though she’s incredibly beautiful. All the man-boys she tried to date had octopus arms and it disgusted her so much she developed an ice queen demeanor with all men as a defense against their slimy lips and nasty tongues. But then Joe kisses her and the tinglies and swooning begins. Joe, for his part, seemed interested in her only because she didn’t react to him the way most hot-blooded girls did, all swoony and hot to get him out of his jeans. She was cool and distant and tried to brush him off. But not for long! Not even Caroline can resist Joe.

Near the very end we learn a gut-wrenching secret about Joe that helped me understand much of his behavior and his need for control. As painful as it was I’m glad Howard included it though I do wish she’d been able to sneak it in earlier so I would’ve been able to like him better earlier on. Still, there’s nothing that makes me crazier than an alpha guy who is a control freak just . . . because and Joe had a damn good reason.

Mackenzie’s Mountain is by far the better book but I don’t regret reading this one. I don’t know if I’ll bother tracking down Mackenzie’s Pleasure unless I can dig up a copy on audio.

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