Hotel Restaurant Verdia
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Suera
... Thanksgiving competition. Last Sunday we spent most of the afternoon and early evening eating, as all four of us prepared "themed" dishes from snacks and appetizers to dessert. Lots of creativity and delicious results.
Perhaps inspired by that culinary creativity, I decided it would be fun to cook (a little) on Thanksgiving day itself. We invited the one other American family we know (the Mullers from Santa Fe) and enjoyed a short ...
... a cigarette in their hands. It’s a peculiar scene. We have gotten to know some Spaniards through Eva and Javier, 3 families, Javier’s parents, and his sister and her husband,
and interestingly enough, none of them smoke. That’s got to be a statistical anomaly (Jay, I’ll get some numbers for you crunch) andI will have to ask Eva and Javier about it.
Anya’s soccer practice is directly after ...
... China, another mega store that sells every kind of cheap plasticky item made in China. We had candy to share – but didn’t know if anyone would come to truco o trato? (trick or deal?) Turns out Halloween is still catching on here. Henry's class had a Halloween party, and our garden of eyeballs was a hit. A few residences in our complex actually welcomed kids and passed out candy. But otherwise the boys joined a pack ...
... them assembling in the town square.
Monday 25th. It was the weekly walk along the seafront, through the deserted Moncofa Playa development and along the orange groves into town for a coffee and croissant at out favourite cafe, which we call The Wall due to it having a glass panel in the floor with part of the old town wall on show.
In the afternoon it was back ...
... vodka (or a few other spirits), about 7.5 Euro for 1 L of beer or 1 red bull vodka (double shot). Food is alright with a range of festival food (Mexican, grills, vege, Thai), far better than the gross food at Australian Concerts.
I have to say though partying all night definitely takes its toll. It’s hard to sleep all day when there is no transition. And I'm saying that from an air-conditioned resort room! We all took a walk ...