Hotel Boutique Benicassim
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... I awoke in the morning to the sounds of crickets and bird song. I zipped open my tent and saw just how stunning the scenery was- surrounded by mountains- perfect.
September is beginning and work is slowly creeping in again. Where have the summer months gone? It is still so hot here, and never getting any less humid.
I will try to write more regularly, but I am also trying to get my other writing site up and functioning. For now, adios!
... TV news in Britain . Our first glimpse of the place is a surprise. Descending from the motorway, we catch a quick view of a long, sunny, sandy bay with a promenade. We have chosen our hotel, Hotel Termas Marinas El Palasiet, because it looks easy to find, appears clean and comfortable and has access to parking. Since we are only one night customers, we expect that we may be given an ordinary room. What a surprise! ...
On Saturday, I woke up around 7 so that I could take a metro to the train station. At the train station I, along with about 20 other people, bought a ticket to a small town on a peninsula called Peñíscola. It was around a 2 hour train ride to get to a neighboring town called Benicarlo. From that station, we had to walk about 10 minutes to get to a bus stop, which had a 20 minute bus ...
Have you ever been flat on your back, “legs akimbo” in the middle of a campsite, having your nether regions (amongst other bits) attacked with a sharp pair of scissors and a comb whilst passers by watch on, comment and giggle ?? I would hazard a guess that the answer to that question is no !! Well I can tell you, that I have.... Apparently, I needed a hair cut... I had heard ...
... and orange and lemon trees and a pervading smell of jasmine in the air, we sailed past castles and forts before stopping for a coffee at a service area where the purchase of a baguette and some Serrano ham saw us picnicking on tasty sarnies .We hit the toll road for the last ten miles,£3, and made our way along the avenue de papa Luna,seafront, to our hotel The Peniscola Palace, whilst not a palace It is certainly worth the 60euros a ...