Hotel RH Gijon
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Babysitting service
- Hot tub
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... tourists), but this one is primarily for Spaniards. I was told that most of the people here are from Madrid. They buy these "pisos" and use them to get away like Wisconsinites use cabins on a lake.
When we got up to the piso and looked out the balcony, Molly said that she was "in paradise." There was a pool down below us, tennis courts, basketball courts, and the sea/beach were one block away. The piso had 3 ...
... we order 3 desserts. An ice cream with Cava, which is a type of champagne made in Spain. A torte made with a warm cream filling topped with almonds and ice cream and a mouse topped with cherries served in a martini glass. After dinner Juan and Sebas took after dinner shots, which seems to be a tradition here in Spain. The owners came and sat with us to have drinks. They all had gin and tonics and rum and cokes served in these huge wine chalices that my dad and Horacio would ...
... sweet slushy drink ever invented.
Dipping fartons (sweet bread sticks) into it makes horchata even more
amazing. In the evening, Mindy and I discovered Elias' playstation 3 and a
fun video game that we all played for an hour or so ever night until we
Day 3 (Monday, May 24, 2010)
Mindy and I went to the Science museum and watch and ocean wildlife movie in
an Imax. The outside of the science museum is more impressive ...
... square" where the tomato war was heppening was really nothing more thana three-way intersection. It was absolute mayhem. Aside from the revelers throwing tomatoes, the townspeople in the buildings lining the streets were either dumping buckets of water from two or three stories above us or spraying us with hoses. (helpful to clean-up with afterwards, but unexpected at first). It was one of the crazist things I've ever taken part in. I was glad that on my down the hill ...
... far. Clive also went fishing for carp in a local stream with Jim and a bunch of his friends. P.S. Clive´s beginners luck paid off and he caught 3 fish. More than anyone else. The following day we headed back up the Spanish coast to Valencia the venue for the next America´s cup. The city is full of culture and seems to be developing very quickly. Valencia used to have a river running through the city but it has since dried-up. The city has converted 10kms of ...