Hotel Restaurant Verdia

Address: C/ Calvario, 2, Suera, Onda, Castellon Province, Valencian Country, 12223, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Calvario, 2, Suera.
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      The Broken Boiler Saga

      A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Mar 02, 2015

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... lined trousers and two sweaters! So a hurried stop at a motorway service station to get the shorts out and on I went.

      I have been up and down this road four times now and on the first occasion as I drove through scarcely populated farmland I noticed a woman sitting on a chair where a dirt road joined the main road. I though she was selling something but was past her before I could see what. The next journey and there she was again, just sitting next to ...

      Christmas Day Dinner...

      A travel blog entry by downer on Dec 25, 2014


      ... dance floor surrounded by strange shuffling dance moves..! After two hours of this the drinking and behaviour of 60-90 year old people, it finally beat us and we returned back to Herman but not after a splendid lunch and many giggles...! Still your forgive the absence of any photos as we certainly don't want and reminders of what we saw... Still ...

      Arrived For Christmas...

      A travel blog entry by downer on Dec 14, 2014

      3 photos

      Stayed on this campsite before in March this year with Mark. It's a great campsite, clean and well laid out, convenient for the town, two supermarkets within 2 mins and the beach 500yards away. The campsite restaurant is a bargain with Sunday Roast €5, happy hour 4-6pm €3.20 for a large glass of wine, pint and a bowl of peanuts... And then there's the Quiz and Bingo nights..! Two Fat Ladies 88..! We have made our reservation for Christmas Lunch and are very ...

      El Nacho Grande

      A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Sep 07, 2014


      ... by endless orange groves and just about every town has its own castle, ruined or reconstructed. The ancient Roman and Moorish influence is everywhere from town names (yesterday we went through Xeraco, Denia, and Almoines while driving down the Autopista del Mediterraneo) to fantastic architecture. It's exotic.

      Our little community in the Valencian burbs is called Mas Camarena, which we call "More Shrimps" (camarones) because we don't know ...

      Brave new world !

      A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Nov 01, 2012

      4 photos

      ... to the standard of The Bell Inn at Tillington? I couldn't possibly say, that would be unbalanced reporting, there was nothing left for me to sample!!!

      Today, Thursday Novembre 1st

      We leave Benicassim, it's too comfortable and head south of Valencia to La Albufera, a fresh water lake separated by sand dunes from the sea and part of a national park.

      Eso es todo por ahora,

      Bruno (El perro)