Aparthotel Bella Vista
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... the life style of the bourgeoisie of early last century.
It is not the bustling frenzy of some modern resorts, the pace is slower which is what we like, no seedy nightclubs and drunken youths in your face like the early days of ' the Spanish resort'!!!
It has a calm to it.
A lovely sunset on our last evening.
Farewell to Benicassim we could be back next ...
... not for much longer. You see, we're now very motivated to learn more. Lars and I are making an offer on an apartment here on Playa Muchavista.
Our hope is to spend a least six months in Europe, five here in Spain and one month in Sweden. In our search for a Spanish home we want to be near the sea. If all goes according to plan we will ...
... by Denia a large ferry port to the Balearics, so we had a quick look at the charts and noticed an area outside the breakwater that was made to anchor in. The engine went on for a short time to get us to the anchorage and we dropped it in 4m. That night the sea was so calm you didn’t notice any movement at all. It was like glass.
You can see that we have been anchoring a lot over the last week and it has been a wonderful experience. The ...
... foot caught in a tuft of shrubbery which decided to bring him "down"...we didn't realize until later that he had a rather nasty cut on his knee. When we stopped at the outlook we rolled up his pant leg to discover his wound. Unfazed, he carried on and we managed to walk more 16 km before lunch.
When we returned home the "boys" went to work in the kitchen again. This time they prepared a delicious vegetarian spaghetti.
This weekend was very special for us. Yesterday we had the surprise arrival of Lars' youngest son Mikael. And Marie's birthday is on Sunday, so on Saturday a special luncheon at their home was planned.
We spent the morning showing Micke the apartment that we are hoping to buy and then we drove to Aigues in the afternoon to have an early celebration of Marie's ...