Hostal Restaurante Rural Torre Montesanto
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Holy Cha-Cha" (I don't get it either). The Marquis (pronounced "Mar-kweee") has been a loyal companion during our initial forays to the mountains and beaches surrounding Valencia.
It's warm and humid in Valencia, so the beaches have been a popular stop for the Boeschen Sand Castle Builders. The nearest beach is only about 15 minutes away from our house, but we've traveled as far as 90 minutes to sample the options. It's tough to get ...
... shoes suck) he seemed to make a couple of friends -- one Jorge and one whose name he hasn't deciphered. The toughest thing so far seems to be the adjustment to school at all -- given our extra long summer and our adoption of the late Spanish dinner hour.
Overall, the school seems very enthusiastic about its students and about its community. What they lack in being information providers (we still don't completely know the school calendar, each boy's ...
... 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.
At about. 3:30 this morning we finally booked our train to Valencia, which is where our Busabout tour with La Tomatina was starting. We booked a 9am bus that got us to Valencia by 2:30pm. Unlucky for us, the train was completely full as there were so many other people making the trek to Valencia for the tomato fight that was the following day. For about the first 3 hours we sat on the floor of the train (which was insanely uncomfortable!). ...
This weekend we went to Ana's home town. It is a small village about an hour away from Zaragoza. The grandparents own a hotel/bar there and an electronics store. There was a communion the weekend so they were serving lunch to a large number of people. Ana said shed help so I hung out with the kids. We mostly played in the small park and another small playground. It really is ...