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Corona, California
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Would like to go to Spain we are in mid 40's love to meet people and party. looking for party life, some history, great food, music and beaches some relaxation too. We also would like to take train to Paris and amsterdam is this possible? please recommend were we should stay. Should we rent a car? Close to nice bech please.

London, United...
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1. Re: Spain

W.h.e.re in Spain would you like to stay?

You can catch a train to Paris (not in Spain) no problem and easily get a connection to Amsterdam.

Edited: 21 July 2013, 21:19
Barcelona, Spain
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2. Re: Spain

Barcelona is a great city with beaches and offer many entertainments.

You can fly from Barcelona to Paris or you can also take the train.


If you need more information about Barcelona, let us know

Wayne, Pennsylvania
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3. Re: Spain

For train journeys " http://www.seat61.com/Europe-train-tickets.htm." Pick up a guide book or 2 from your library and look up Barcelona and Madrid at the very least. Consider open jaw Plane tickets.

Wayne, Pennsylvania
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4. Re: Spain

This will serve to bump up your post. Since you come from California no beaches in this area will compete.

Malaga, Spain
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Malaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol and has beaches, plenty of sunshine, and one of the best climates in Spain. It is also one of the most beautiful and relaxing cities in Spain, and 100% Spanish. Malaga has many museums, historic churches, and monuments. The sights are mostly downtown and completely walkable. There are very good restaurants, tapas bars, and nightlife. Shopping is wonderful and the city is very safe. The natives have the great charm of Andalucia and are among the most friendly people in Spain. It is easy to do day trips to the white towns of Ronda, Mijas, and Nerja, since Malaga is the transportation hub of its province. Malaga Airport is the third largest airport in Spain and has direct connections with many European cities. One can take the AVE from Madrid to Malaga. Read the top questions in the Malaga forum.

Good hotels:

5-star: Vincci Posada del Patio

4-star: Hotel AC Malaga Palacio, Hotel Molina Lario

3-star: Hotel Don Curro

Adelaide, Australia
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6. Re: Spain

Night trains Madrid and Barcelona to Paris www.elipsos.com

Train Paris to Amsterdam www.thalys.com

Spanish trains www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html

Domestic flights www.vueling.com

Car rental www.auto-europe.com

Route planner www.viamichelin.com

Non EU citizens require an International driving permit for Spain

Accommodation www.venere.com


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