Hostal de la Trucha
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- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... while thoroughly enjoying Now 17, Penny challenged Mark to a rematch of Battleships. Think Mark thought he was on a winner, but Penny kept her wits about her and it's now 2-0 to Penny. What a lovely Friday evening.
Saturday, Wimped out on the bikes to Valencia and took the bus instead. First stop the 'eye’s’, what a spectacular if weird place. Lots of photos to try and show the odd buildings and floating ...
Found 5* campsite in Benicasim (cheaper than last stop!!), stayed 2 nights, would have stayed more but pitch not great and tree cutting a bit annoying. More like a resort, lots of Brits overwintering.
A good clean of the van and washing done, Penny now much more relaxed!!
Did a 10km bike ride along the prom, very pleasant indeed and a beautiful coastline scene.
First time in years Penny has worn shorts and ...
... and it was basically a water fight for them it was so much fun. Lost my glasses however trying to run though a man chasing me with a hose which was annoying. Went on the hunt for glasses that others may have dropped and was very relived to find some goggles which Hayden tighten up for me to wear. We positioned ourselves in the street just down from the ham and found some other kiwis who were great and stayed ...
... Wildly picturesque little hamlet, beautiful setting, views far out across the rolling verdant plains. Tapas and rosado in the old square and Mexican-Spanish style accommodation for the night. Monday early evening: we drink chilled rosada from the ice bucket in the ruins of our pension room, Songs From A Room wafts down the corridors from our locale. No one wanders languidly past our open door. Today we visited the ...
... at Valderrobres, in the Teruel. The countryside in this area has some huge cliffs, wide valleys and many castles. Despite the destruction of churches that occured in the early 1900s there are still many fine exanples to be seen.
The hotel was very comfortable, the food "scrummy" and the family very friendly. There is no on site parking but our moto was happy to be parked 50 mtrs away outside the Garda Civil offices; guess that was reasonably secure.