Parador de El Saler
Travel Blogs from El Saler
... a seer bread. After the market we visited a Gothic Cathedral and checked out the silk exchange! From there we headed to Lladro just outside the city limits! We we able to get an overview if how each piece is handmade! Each piece is individually made, painted and each flower is made by hand! The molds are only used 25 times then discarded and new ones made! A few purchases were made!! After our tour we went for lunch! We sat outside and had a chicken ...
... including the Sea. The weather has been glorious and the kids are having so much fun. Hagan and Quinn both seem to be really loving the city vibe!
With all that said, we are really are looking forward to putting on our rose colored glasses, stopping to smell the daisies, being sure not to be shrinking violets, and blossom on this next adventure. We are just going to do all of that freshener free!
Love to all! The Floral Four!
Over the past few weeks I have been observing the Spanish economy with new eyes. Before I got to Spain, I really hadn't taken seriously the notion that the Eurozone may break up. However, after reading quite a bit more about it, I can certainly envision this happening. Although some economists shrug this off as a temporary glitch, which could be corrected after a short rough period, such views all too often fail to mention the very real effect it ...
... at their local bar and/or grocery store (http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2 011/09/16/the-rise-of-craft-beer-in-ame rica/). However, even in the US, the rise in choice has not led to a huge change in market share. The large brewers still command the largest portion of the market and are only very slowly loosing ground to the new brewers. This may in part be due to regulations which make distribution more difficult; ...
... planted in the sand, and a group of men that were playing sand volleyball without using their hands (is this what happens when talented soccer fanatics play beach volleyball?)
We boarded a bus for Madrid after saying bye to David, who by the way has been doing very well. He ended up checking into a hostel in the historic center where he started working for free accommodation and dinners. He has already made lots of memories with travelers from the U.S., France, England, and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility