Hotel Rural Vinas Viejas
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... and Bonterra Park has to offer ....300 days of sunshine reputedly.
The local promenade is flat and pleasant to walk with plenty of cafes along the way Convenient supermarkets on the doorstep and restaurants nearby,
We were lucky to have such good neighbours on our campsite. Marian and Leo are the life and soul of the the social scene as well as having an interesting enterprise going with the re-cycling of plastic bottles into ...
... Señor e Señora sit down to attempt the times cryptic crossword. Whilst señor has been doing it for a number of years, Señora is a novice. After half an hour or so, Señora asks "Have you got three down?" Without answering, Señor is up on his feet and rushing in an ungainly crablike manner to the toilet and shower rooms. Ten minutes pass, Señor returns. "A minor skirmish with the clams" he explains rather puzzlingly. Five minutes later and he's off again ...
Octobre 19th a Octubre 25th 2012
After 5 days respite care chez John et Grace, it is time to hit the road. Monsieur thinks Madame et moi are going soft after all the great food, wine and home comfort provided. We set the satnav for Carcassonne where Monsieur et Madame will have lunch. Carcassonne is a fairy tale like fortress town (restored and ruined by Viollet -le-Duc - according to Monsieur) but too touristy and crowded ...
... 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 ...
... to the tourists. Once again there are a lot of Dutch people here but most of them are here for an overnight stay and will be moving on in the morning, just like us.
We had a lovely conversation with the people parked next door to us, they have been coming to Spain for the last ten years and are very sad with all the changes. We are still enjoying the country very much and will be continuing our journey tomorrow. Inland this time to a town called Cuenca. See you there.