Hotel Las Arenas Balneario Resort
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... me of rice with curry. This was all washed down with Sangria - mixture Of red wine, lemonade, oranges, lemons, apples, peach in syrup, brandy, sugar, cinnamon. This was quite tasty We finished off with a dessert called Horcharta - this is a blend of tiger its (?) or ground nuts called chula, water, sugar. The nuts are soaked overnight, washed and then all ingredients blended together until a thick cream is ...
... 30 over night so you can imagine sleep was not incredibly forthcoming. We head off to visit Catedral again and I read somewhere they have a dress code so knees are covered and shoulders as well. When we step out into the heat it is oppressive and sticks to you immediately. Luckily for us the Valencia market is literally around the corner from us. We head into the indoor market, which is huge and full of all different variety of stalls. Lolly Stalls, butcher ...
... in scuba diving school. He's like the younger brother I wish I had. Or the son I wish I could have. A flatmate of Miriam's also joined for dinner.
The selection of seafood was very different here than in the US. I noticed when I order a fish it tends to be of a variety that has tough flesh. I missed my fatty, flaky salmon!
It was nice to prepare a meal here, but the equipment was sorely lacking. ...
... included an amphitheatre, circus maximus, necropolis, wall around the old city and a building reputed to be the birthplace of Pontius Pilate as well as more. About 20 km before we got to Tarragona we passed the Triumphal Arch of Bera (3rd century BC). Although we did not see it, there was also an aquaduct that brought water in from a river 32 km away. While wandering around the old town we came upon the Cathedral. It ...
... horchada so I had to hum the tune. Lots of oranges and coup de tar's n' stuff. Then went to the old silk market on the guides recommendation. Brief and nice. More difficult trains in Spain. Canceled or strike or something and have to go via Madrid to like ...