Hotel RH Bayren Parc
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Long drive, initially along a mountain road near Montserrat, then motorway all day. 350 km. Wow, do they know how to charge their tolls!! Scorched dry land, dust, poorly kept rural properties. Amazing how much a landscape can change in a few hours. Drove past Tarragona then through Valencia. Just another hot (34 degrees) busy city so we skipped stopping although we did ...
... on pinchos, which are tooth pics, and they count the tooth pics at the end. I wonder if a place like this would last in Miami, its a great idea. After indulging in all the pinchos we could eat we started off at El Mercado, again another indoor supermarket with fresh everything really. We bought a bunch of groceries here, Sebas and I were going to be cooking dinner tonight, as promised. Chicken Francaise with mashed potatoes and asparagus. After wards we went to the Cathedral ...
... about hippies is that they share everything! They were sad when we refused their dirty coffee bowl as it got passed about.
The next morning we left the town with no real interest in exploring it, and ended up in another resorty seaside town called Gandia. The day was an anomaly! Some 22-25°C with warm wind and hot sun. We found a park and took to the enormous beach, which in summer would be ...
We were due to meet up with Les and Tina around 3 pm the following day, so in the morning I went to the nearby supermarket and bought in some essentials ready for our house sit, plus a couple of bottles of vino. Les and Tina turned up at the hotel in the afternoon and we all immediately got on with each other - a relief for us all I reckon.
We followed them back through Gandia and across the main ...
... on the ground explode and also mini fire crackers that when they left on the street exploded and make massive amounts of noise. Im pretty sure my nerves were shot after that day (as well as my ear drums). At midnight they burned the paper mache sculptures, which was neat but it basically rained ashes throughout the night which was difficult with my contacts. Oh ya and in Valencia i hands down had the best Paella ive ever had AND ordered an ...