Hotel Las Arenas Balneario Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Well we made it! Long flights but no problems. Great leg room with the bulkhead in front, although it is right next to the galley and is a bassinet spot and naturally we score a baby. She was a very good baby and slept heaps! We only just made the flight from Madrid to Valencia. It was just lucky I heard a Spanish announcement and recognized the …
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... they have here a bit better. Oh, from watching all the beach bodies of the people, my conclusion is that the Spanish diet is not good for the waistline.
My skin's a bit itchy from all the sun today. Ah, today my host family lady did my laundry...it's been years since anyone's done my laundry. It was so nice! Ok, I got some homework to do before retiring for bed and heading to school tomorrow morning. Buenas noches!
We then headed back to the apartment after a couple of drinks and Nonni and Pa headed to bed, while I skyped Marty for Father's Day.
Things of Note:
- The one thing that separates Zurich apart from other major cities in Europe is how expensive it is. A lot of dinners cost upwards of 35 Swiss Frank and when you consider that the Swiss Frank is stronger then the Euro and the Euro is stronger then the Aussie Dollar, it all adds up very quickly (let's just say ...
... we were being met by the owners at the apartment in Valencia we thought we should get there in a timely manner and it would save us 1¾ hours if we went by the toll road; the non toll road taking the coastal route probably through every town and there were lots of them. The Toll Road was 195 kms long and cost €23. We will continue to avoid them in future.
Our stop in Tarragona was enjoyable. We found a car ...