Hotel Castellon Center
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Music was everywhere and had been from the start, but from about 5pm, the professional ...
... the harmonica was absolutely outstanding and the same guy I keep seeing in the gym! His wife was a blues singer with the most amazing voice and there was an English woman who also sang and played the Spanish guitar. There was a German guy from the campsite on another guitar and the other two were Spanish locals. Around midnight the band joined us all on the dance floor while a DJ continued to provide music and the bar owner had a go on ...
... city square, which was starting to fill up with tourists, lunch goers and pigeons.
We continued to wander the streets, till we got to the large city park. Spanich families were entertaining their children on the swings – children Ethan's age were playing soccer, their skills amazing.
We caught the bus back to the ship for an afternoon ...
... the festival the one which is the best is put into the museum and the rest our burned!!! We again board the bus for Barcelona! We made our first "comfort stop" at the AutoGrill and had lunch! I tried the recommendation of the local sausage called butifarra!!! No bueno!!!! Yuck! So I ate the French fries! We are off again to Barcelona! We arrived in Barcelona!!! Dropped our luggage and hit the ...
We thought this morning that after a lazy few days we ought to explore the surrounding area, so we decided on Peniscola, some 20 miles up the coast which had been recommended by our Dutch neighbours. Perhaps the name, related to a male body part, was an omen - read on! We decided not to take the motorway on which we arrived last Wednesday, but to take the alternative N340. It was a good, fast road, much used by commercial as well as other traffic, but through up a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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