Hotel Juanito Platja
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... show; but we were not that fussed on going to another.
It was a long walk into town and we were very surprised afterwards to see how far we had come! You don't tend to notice as much when you are chatting away. We all agreed a taxi back was the better option. We're looking forward to exploring Barcelona tomorrow.
Here are those ...
... past the 'ghost' airport of Castellon. In March 2011 construction was completed at a cost of £130m but other than transporting a football team to San Sebastien earlier this year, has not operated. There was even talk of digging up the runway and abandoning it altogether. However, it appears that come September Ryanair will be using it from Stansted and Bristol. I hope this doesn't open the floodgates of incoming tourists and spoil this relatively un-developed coastline. ...
... a bit restless so made a cup of tea and read a little to the sound of birdsong, the sea lapping against the shore and a boat chugging across the bay. I soon turned over and went back to a sound sleep. Today we caught up with laundry and relaxed at the caravan for most of the day before going for a stroll along the coastal path which is accessible via a gate at the bottom of the site. An internet connection via the iPad eventually made we caught up on emails and other ...
... walking through the streets at 22:00 hardly a sound.
I'm fascinated by the fact that time has stood still in these places while every Irish village and town has been ravaged by modernity (and maybe back again!) these places seem timeless, Mary and I had our honeymoon in Greece in 1981 and I can picture every street in Paros/Ios and even Santorini. Good night because I'l be up at 7.
... bit of copying other customers.
Went to the beach to sort out lunch. All you mariners that think the mediterranean is a pond don't be fooled by that image. The sea wall outside the port is 9 Metres high.......and that must be for a reason. Judge by one of the pictures! Going up the hills slightly to a free spot tonight as I like the smaller ...