Hotel Abuelo Rullo
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What an interesting and surprising little place this is!.
We really had only thought of this place as a stop-over rest and recouperation before our main stop but are now finding daily what a lovely little place and community this is.
Everyone is so friendly with a mixture of nationalities. Some are here for the whole winter and we are beginning to wonder why anyone needs to travel further if the sun is here then stay and enjoy ...
We woke up to a glorious morning. Although our hosts flat felt cold I knew as soon as we went outside it would be perfect. Up we got and headed to the corner bar/ cafe where the locals have bocata ( breakfast Spanish baguettes) ben picked the largest size filled with eggs,cheese,potatoes and chorizo sausages. Apparently the owner thought I should have the same siZe... Because I had a MASSIVE fried eggplant bocata with chorizo and black sausage. We were given ...
... sometimes subtle and sometimes very obvious.
What I didn't know was that she was Wolverine! She looked normal from first glimpses - but turns out she was some sort of mutant psycho! Her claw like nails dug into to my scalp during the first of five shampoos...yes, five! By the time she was done my scalp was burning and I was sure bleeding. Between the razor claws and the hair product I thought I was going to cry from the stinging sensation on ...
... berthed just a little way from us while we were here.
The inner marina is reserved for super yachts and we saw one there during our stay. Some pictures on the marina website show some amazing yachts.
Back to the blog...The first day (Monday) we spent trying to see the old buildings and taking photographs but somehow kept wandering into the fantastic shops and delicious pastelerias. Our (meaning my) waistlines are definitely ...
... lose valuable business by being closed for so many hours of the day? How could anyone afford to stop their work half way through with the economic crisis looming over their heads? It was only after examining the rest of the culture that I finally saw the beauty in the institution and what it provided for the Spaniards: quality food and family time, two of the things Valencians hold most important.
If there were one thing the country of Spain has blown ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking