Beatriz Albacete & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had to walk up extremely steep roads to get to the old town. We found a tapas type restaurant and promptly ordered too much food - as you do! However, to walk it off, we ventured back to the modern town down the hill in search of an ATM and eventually found one. Then the last 80km over good, if sometimes rather dusty roads ( for the following car which was lost in the cloud - Adrian) before we arrived at our personal castle. Another Parador ...
... spend time with family. In some ways, it's a fantastic system, but Spanish rookies like us get caught when the local castle/park/bank/etc is closed at 2:00 in the afternoon.
After only a couple weeks, my first impression of southern Spain is that of a long and turbulent history. The topography near Valencia reminds me most of Southern California, only with a couple thousand extra years of civilization. The vine rows of Napa Valley have ...
... orange groves along the way, with a castle peering down from a hill top here and there. Oh, and tolls! About 50 Euros total.
We hadn't planned a hotel here, but found an information center after weaving through some extremely narrow streets, and picked a nice one. We needed to unwind and relax in the luxury of air conditioning. A big meal, a short walk in a beautiful park, and that's about it for Valencia for us.
... when we got on the trainee put our backpacks in the luggage area and as I turned around to see if there were any other seats available, Alyssa (who use to live in the flat above me) was standing right there. It's funny hoe things work out, so many trains were running to Valencia but we got the same one and the same carriage. It was great to have a 5 hour chat, definitely passed time a little better. Once we got off the train, James was in charge ...
... with them. We hope we get to see them again.
We had very nice home made breakfast yet again, and started driving towards Valencia. - This will conclude our big loop in Spain. On the way, we stopped at the town called Alcala del Jucar. It's a town built on the side of the towering river gorge. There were cave houses everywhere - both ruined and still in-use. Oh by the way, the temperature hit 38 degrees today around ...