Hotel La Escuela
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... 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 ...
... the coast path in the opposite direction into the town of L’Ametlla de Mar. This was a very traditional spanish town with narrow streets and a few little bars with the ‘old boys’ sitting outside in the sunshine. The town also has a fishing port which it turns out, has the largest tuna fishing fleet in the whole of Spain. There is also a tuna farm just off the coast which we could see and this organised day trips where you could go out and actually swim with ...
... this tradition, I’m not sure what will!
Che’s soccer practice runs from 7:00-8:30, which seems a bit late to me, but when he was first joining the team, they accidently put him on the team that was a year older and their practice was from 8:30-10:00! Needless to say, I was relieved when they realized the mistake and told us his team had the earlier practice time. During soccer practice and at his games, the scene ...
... of dogs I could hang around with and they were very friendly although a bit hard to understand. When it was time to leave they said they would smell me later.
We went to a big park that has a Doggy name - Grrruell Park. It was odd, everyone was sitting on seats made of broken cups and plates. I get in trouble if I break cups and plates. Humans are so confusing?
Last place we went was V.A.L.E.N.C.I.A, (Don't know how to say that one) but ...
Battery Boy and Video Girl went down early this morning and had a delightful breakfast of tostado with tomatoes and jamon, fresh orange juice and cafe con letche at La Petite Brioche. It is such a pleasant way to start the day dining alfresco under large shady trees that line many of the streets in Valencia.
They returned to their hotel to pack prior to their day's drive to Zaragosa via Teruel. Battery Boy has slept well ...