Hotel H2 Castellon
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Back in September, Coco wrote in an email that soon enough we would find “the new normal”. And indeed, we have settled into some routines here, now that we are a few months into school. So this blog is intended to share some of the day to day living for our family here in Spain.
While there is actually a lot of the “old normal” still in our routines, within that routine, there is often a subtle difference ...
... of course, some which you don't expect! Things happen in life unexpectedly, of course, but when it comes to things which you really don't want to fork out for.. more saving and less country hopping is needed! This year I have been so lucky to have been in England to see my wonderful family and beautiful friends, Italy to visit my second family, and also travelled to various cities in Spain. It is important to travel the country you live ...
... is really charming and we are given a beautiful room with a corner balcony that looks out on the mountain, the swimming pool and along the whole curve of the bay! It is spacious and beautifully decorated, as indeed, is the tasteful decor of the whole hotel. We are offered a special rate for the thermal baths, which, unfortunately I have to decline, being afraid of the pressure of the water on these injured ribs. What ...
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... products, etc. The puppet designer, Robin, had also designed sets for the "Phantom of the Opera" - very interesting folk!
So, to San Antonio and Santa Agatha or Agueda as the Spanish call her. These are the two saints currently being celebrated. Really we think it is an excuse for the Spanish to have a party because neither of these saints were Spanish! Agueda was from Sicily in Italy and Antonio was from Egypt and both lived in the ...