Hotel & Spa Don Carlos de Peniscola
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... s rent up front.
I exercised my f*"king fluency in English as I conversed, quite loudly and onesidedly, with the faux tudor facade of the 'Academy’ where I will be working (not allowed to say ‘school’). I had discovered it closed after an hour’s hot sunny midday journey at a pre-arranged meeting time which apparently only I was adhering to. Short of shaking my fists at the windows that building was under no ...
Tuesday 1st April 2014
It is necessary to move a little further north, if we are to avoid having too great a distance to travel for the Tunnel.
So, today, we are leaving Altea.
Our English neighbour, Alan, is leaving too, he is heading home after almost six months here!
Alan is a regular visitor, ...
... was the original Peniscola, ie, before tourism.
Six miles north, and the promenade is still going on, although, not quite finished at this point!
So, that gives more than 12 miles of easy cycling!In the evening, our Belgian neighbour gives an impromptu Spanish Guitar recital, in between ...
... already existed and has been the site a many wars and sieges. Really cool. Apparently the pope, Benedicto XIII (whom they called ‘Papa Luna’) lived here and built a lot of the structures, including his own personal papal basilica. It was cool that the whole town had been painted white and we spent a lot of time simply sitting in the sunshine like a couple of ...
... and have a leisurely lunch of beers and Pizza, at the beach side bar, where the waitress sang happy birthday, when I bought my giant banana split. We have more conversation with her today, in a mixture of English, Spanish and French, and learn she is in fact Romanian.
Kathleen decides to pay for the beers and Pizzas, big whow!, so sorry Bryan ...