- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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It cost about $8 return for the half hour train trip and I arrived into Xativa station at about 10.30.
I was expecting a smallish village and was surprised at the size of the town, which has about 30,000 residents. The first thing that I noticed as I wandered around the new town were the wonderful lush shade trees that made the streets a pleasure to be in on a day that was already up to 26o. There were lots of different shops selling homewares and ...
... last week- very reminiscent of the UK! On Sunday however, it was humid, hot and sunny. It reached 25! I never know what to wear outside, as it appears sunny then you get outside and it's frosty! I am looking forward to it being warm enough to wear a t shirt, which will hopefully be very soon. Sometimes I think about the temperature, and how it is 17 here but I am still cold, and I wonder how I survived the occasional arctic temperatures of England! ...
... The top of the castle was truly astonishing, with an incredible view. It was the kind of place you could stay for hours. I wish I had time to do yoga, and I wish I was there alone (as always), but it was nice to have some people there to get good pictures haha.
Don't get me wrong, I love people, and I loved those people, its just that some things are so peaceful, that the human race has a tendency to shatter it.
Xativa, te encanta.
... being included in our evening meals? Unfortunately our free wine with dinner has only been for the Spanish leg (as easier to negotiate a good price in Spain). In France apparently we'll have to buy our own! While I don't have a problem with that someone mentioned it could be 40 euro a bottle so Diane is saying she might stick to water. Let's see how we go, we have to get to France first. Lots of love, The ...
... had our picnic enjoying a fantastic vista over the valley where in the far distance you can see the Mediterranean Sea. Catering for tourists at Monserrat were some local farmers market stalls and we sampled goat cheese, bought some lovely sugared almonds and a pottle of fresh curd cheese with rich amber runny honey - big NOM NOM award for that one. The curd cheese was like a creamy greek yoghurt that you could stand a knife up in with ...