Beatriz Albacete & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... my favourite spot was the top of Torres de Quart, a fortification that was part of the city wall as it gave great views over the old city where we are staying and of the more modern area outside the original city walls. Part of our tour also brought us to Centre Arqueologic de L'Almoina which translates to Valentia, The origins of the City. Situated next to the Cathedral this is a large area below ground level where the most ...
... said, they'd thought ahead and set the GPS up in English and put the Bordeaux return address into the stored directory. We chose to avoid tolls which proved to be interesting however it did send us through some quaint little towns, one of which we stopped to have lunch. I had a lovely two course lunch of soup and a dish akin to quiche while Liz had tortellini and the quich. Our trip was also slowed by a large number of ...
... killing an animal and as you can imagine it was an emotional but touching process. It's not something anyone enjoys, but this was possibly the most humane and respectful way. The sheep were isolated in the stable, the original finca on this site, the day before to clean them out. Then they bolted about as Seb attempted and finally succeeded to grab them, fold their legs and bind them with string. They were light so he carried one in each hand down to the ...
... arrived in Valencia around 7:00pm. Our goal was to get to Alicante that evening (which was another 2 hours south), so we didn’t have much time to spend in Valencia before having to get back on the road. Even though we didn’t stay long, it was obvious that Valencia has a lot to offer and is an amazing city in itself. Unfortunately, the weather was still not cooperating so we had to walk in the rain and the water soaked through ...
... 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 ...