Holiday Inn Express Onda-Provincia De Castellon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... century Palace of Batle. Since 1972 it has housed the gallery of works by 'well-known and international' artists but none that I had encountered before. Whilst it was interesting, it is not my type of art and there were only a couple or so that I could genuinely appreciate as meaningful and skilled. Each to his own ... As expected, back at the site, there began an influx of weekenders, mainly young families, so that might herald the end of the peaceful ambience over the next two ...
... motorhome service station stops are notorious for thieves. I am going to a camping site in Valencia for the week-end.
A good few ships passing outside all day and more at anchor waiting to go into port. Not too many swimmers on the beach as there is a good roll coming in from the med all the time.
Please take note of the picture of the roundabout it is made up of thousands of tiles and ceramics to make the sea around the ...
... but I actually got to take a step without holding on. Next we climbed this tree, which was basically like a rock climbing wall, but it was on a tree. I did not like this. I am very bad at rock climbing to say the least. Finally, the last activity was zip lining. It was a series of three short zip lines. Although it was short, it was a still a lot of fun even though it was too short. After the adventure in the forest, we headed to the hotel to check ...
DAY 23 – April 4, 2015
CASTELLON DE LA PLANA
A city that is off-the-beaten track for cruises but has an interesting downtown core.
However the area is better known for its beaches that collectively are known as the Costa Azahar.
FYI - Castellon is the ceramic center of Spain with over 200 factories in the area.
... well so we had a short, farewell stroll on the beach, with me wrapped up securely to cope with the wind and fine sand blowing about everywhere. Then I set off to drive the 80 miles back north. Retracing my steps felt a very negative step leaving me feeling miserable and then I began to get very hot and started to worry about whether I was getting a fever (to add to my woes)? - not at all - when I looked at the temperature gauge it was showing 24 degrees and I ...