Hotel Restaurant Verdia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sharing a bit of our world with them -- from the Valencia central market to the Gulliver playground, from Roman/medieval ruins to Moroccan food at the beach, from backyard soccer to watching the FC Barcelona win the Champions league last night (at a bar in our local "mall" of course.)
I'll post a few other pictures of small adventures, and a final note from Spain when we take off.
... from the gate of campsite so I'll explore on public transport.I cycled into BETERA for supplies and once again I can see why the Spaniards have to come and rob our fish, the queues for the fish counters are nearly as long as the butchery one. Large selection of all types from both their own and European waters.I'm going to be brave next week and try a species I do not ...
... motorhome service station stops are notorious for thieves. I am going to a camping site in Valencia for the week-end.
A good few ships passing outside all day and more at anchor waiting to go into port. Not too many swimmers on the beach as there is a good roll coming in from the med all the time.
Please take note of the picture of the roundabout it is made up of thousands of tiles and ceramics to make the sea around the ...
... nice school-night Thanksgiving -- turkey meatloaf, mashed potatoes, carrot soup, salad, apple tart -- and of course, a bottle of local cava, a ribera del duero and a rioja. We're thankful for explorations of great Spanish wine. In seriousness, we are all very grateful for each other, good health, an easy transition to this experience and a continued easy path through our year in Spain.
Our no-travel November has left the boys really ready ...
... has numerous excellent restaurants. It was developed by wealthy Valencians in the 19th century. There are some very attractive, quintessentially spanish villas on the seafront. We are not in one of them, now for the blog!!
We are ensconced in Bonterra Park, a four star caravanning, motorhoming and holiday bungalow site. It has everything, restaurant, both indoor and outdoor pools, a classroom where spanish cooking and language are taught, bingo, ...