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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... OK, there are eleven other rooms but we are on top of a hill with stunning views. And it is a real castle! It is fiesta weekend so RL and BE found a marching band and followed them. Such fun, we then found a great bar (yes really) where we had two glasses of wine and two beers for a fiver. We like this place! Dinner in a local restaurant - meat all round and there you have it. That is Day 2 in a bit of a nutshell! Onward and southward ...
... by endless orange groves and just about every town has its own castle, ruined or reconstructed. The ancient Roman and Moorish influence is everywhere from town names (yesterday we went through Xeraco, Denia, and Almoines while driving down the Autopista del Mediterraneo) to fantastic architecture. It's exotic.
Our little community in the Valencian burbs is called Mas Camarena, which we call "More Shrimps" (camarones) because we don't know ...
A transition from the heat and humidity of Barcelona, to more heat and humidity in Valencia! It felt so good to get the rental car and turn on the air conditioner! Ahhhh. Only ~ 86, but the humidity made it almost unbearable for these two desert dwellers.
The drive from Barcelona to Valencia is pretty unremarkable. We thought we'd be in sight of the coastline all the way down, but we barely caught a glimpse. Lots of ...
... and I was so happy to be having a break!) we spent about 30 seconds deciding which was to walk and we walked for about 5 minutes to our hotel.... No, thats no typo, we actually got to stay in a HOTEL. however 5.5minutes in the sun had my chest and shoulders red raw (sorry mum). We met with the busabout tour guides, got our wristbands and headed out to buy cheap clothes to throw out after the fight tomorrow. On our way back to the hotel, it was ...
It didn't take long to reach Valencia area. And we had one of the last missions to accomplish - To visit Lladro factory. My mom is a big fan of Lladro porcelain figures and she has some at home. Since it's from Valencia, it must be much cheaper comparing to buying them in Japan. Plus we heard that there is a factory outlet store there. After going through complicated streets and couple of u-turns, we arrived at the ...