Confortel Aqua 3
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... an excellent market and a very posh shopping street. We bought nothing, well except for the extravagant dessert pictured and TWO pieces of carrot cake for Mark, who now thinks he’s had his fruit and veg for the day!
Walked for about 10 miles through the park and old town, now thoroughly pooped! Really pleased we didn’t skip Valencia after our bad first impressions driving through it yesterday.
Moving on ...
This was a loonnnnnnnng day on the bus. With 6 groups of travelers fromCalifornia all the way to Pennsylvania and Minnesota to Florida there are lots of people that feel they should be first- all the time. MN is Group 2 so we were the second group to board the bus to pick our seats and we were pretty close to the front and where we wanted to be. That could not be said for some of the other groups and I know that we will have our turn at being sent to the back ...
... in Catalonia, only about an hour from the French border. Here we explored the medieval parts of the town including the Arab baths and the old city wall. After Girona, we headed towards Besalu. After finally finding our hotel (it was out in the country), we went into town and had a very delicious and traditional meal.
Wednesday: Since we arrived late, we had to go back into Besalu to explore the medieval bridge during the morning. After this (and ...
... of call. As we wait outside, (it is so small that you can have only 2 or 3 people in there at once), we discuss what to do or see. Even asking people what to do in Valencia, there is not a lot said about this city. There is a small tour group leaving in an hour so we buy our tickets and get a map. As the walk from this square to the other square takes only 10minutes, we have enough time to get a drink and a comfort stop. Cervesa and a San ...
... whales! We also saw a dolphin show which was very cool. For one of our dinners we went to an authentic Spanish restaurant recommended by our hostel to try paella, a popular Spanish seafood rice dish. We had been looking forward to this meal all trip but were a little disappointed. Not sure if we're just not used to the taste or if it was actually bad. Either way, I'm glad I tried it! We spent a day on the beach. Even ...