Holiday Inn Express Valencia Bonaire
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... nice school-night Thanksgiving -- turkey meatloaf, mashed potatoes, carrot soup, salad, apple tart -- and of course, a bottle of local cava, a ribera del duero and a rioja. We're thankful for explorations of great Spanish wine. In seriousness, we are all very grateful for each other, good health, an easy transition to this experience and a continued easy path through our year in Spain.
Our no-travel November has left the boys really ready ...
... is that you can actually see them in the back cooking the paella. Whereas in Santa Fe you can see them taking out the food from the packets and heating it up. And after my rather good school lunch we went back outside, played, and talked and then we went back into school had two more classes and in one of those classes a saint came down and delivered my holy wifi pad to me (my ipad) and that is where my awesome day ended!!!!!
... grilled swordfish with vegetables followed by profiteroles with creme and a coffee.
It was my only meal of the day, and I have only indulged myself twice in five days, so I don't feel too guilty about it....
I am writing this on Monday before going out for an easy stroll around town.
I decided to do one day off and one day on when it comes to exploring because I tend to just keep on walking and walking until I'm exhausted, especially on 27o days..
... available for our waiting time in Madrid. It was that, a check-in by ticket, and a lounge, and, curiously, with coffee and fridges full of beer, free. The Spanish and their beer.
The train time arrived and we walked out of the lounge to the platform and on, too good. This was a 300 km per hour rapid train across the central plateau to the dry Levante, wind farms, power lines, more ploughed soil. We arrived as ...
... had beautiful tiled decoration throughout depicting Valencia's famous oranges. Afterwards we walked to the historic district Barrio del Carmen. Here we went to a church and saw the gold cup that is thought to be the chalice used in the last supper and some speculate the Holy Grail as well. It's very ornate and beautiful. The whole church is quite decorative. It was ...