El Lagar Del Cabriel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... OK, there are eleven other rooms but we are on top of a hill with stunning views. And it is a real castle! It is fiesta weekend so RL and BE found a marching band and followed them. Such fun, we then found a great bar (yes really) where we had two glasses of wine and two beers for a fiver. We like this place! Dinner in a local restaurant - meat all round and there you have it. That is Day 2 in a bit of a nutshell! Onward and southward ...
I'm a bit late to this blog, but figured I would give it a try. Deb seems to have covered most of the travel details to this point, so maybe I'll just give my overall impressions of Spain.
That's a good division of labor for us anyway because I have very little idea of where we've been since we arrived a couple weeks ago. I just drive the car where I'm told to go. Deb, bless her heart, reads the maps and navigates, or "nagivates" as we ...
... early Saturday morning to go south of Valencia (essentially towards Gibraltar, but we are still many hours from there) to have a day at the beach. We're pretty equipped now -- umbrella, cooler, boogie boards. We loved our first beach -- north of Denia. But no waves. We left mid-afternoon and went on a fruitless search for waves, but enjoyed the exploration, the swimming, and of course the castle building. The coastal journey was stunning -- with rocky cliffs and ...
... orange groves along the way, with a castle peering down from a hill top here and there. Oh, and tolls! About 50 Euros total.
We hadn't planned a hotel here, but found an information center after weaving through some extremely narrow streets, and picked a nice one. We needed to unwind and relax in the luxury of air conditioning. A big meal, a short walk in a beautiful park, and that's about it for Valencia for us.
Alas, the last day of the trip. However as luck would have it, I was to be taken on a boat trip! After such a fun packed weekend it was a slow start. I rose around 9 and slowly topped up my caffeine quotient towards edgy in the hotel.
This might be a good time to discuss ordering coffee in Spain. As Coffee is now an entire culture in itself and massively dominated by the US view of the Italian experience it is refreshing to be in a ...