Hostatgeria Sant Jaume
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
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... Wildly picturesque little hamlet, beautiful setting, views far out across the rolling verdant plains. Tapas and rosado in the old square and Mexican-Spanish style accommodation for the night. Monday early evening: we drink chilled rosada from the ice bucket in the ruins of our pension room, Songs From A Room wafts down the corridors from our locale. No one wanders languidly past our open door. Today we visited the ...
Well I think I will let the pictures from today tell the story. We left Valencia, making our way towards Barcelona and stopped for a couple of hours at the pretty seaside holiday town of Peniscola, complete with it's castle. We walked to the top where we enjoyed the views of the sea and town. Then had a lovely stroll back down the hill looking at ...
... not traditional Spanish shopping it does make life easier for us. Not only was there known brands (Paxo sage and onion stuffing mix, Weetabix) but also the occasional tannoy announcement in English too. For anyone in a motorhome or not wanting to take the car, the site runs a twice-weekly free shuttle bus to and from the store for two hours of shopping. We both were in need of a hair cut so sought the salon in town which I used on our last visit. David had his done straight ...
... birds (the flamingos were nesting in the island offshore at this time of year and nowhere to be seen).
After driving what seemed forever, we finally came upon a point where we could park the car and walk along the beach. We now proudly boast that we took a toe-dip in the Mediterranean. Beautiful lapping waves and warm water.
... for the highway. 16.5 euros later we are on AP-2 and heading south at 120 kpm. It took us no time to reach the town and the Parador de Tortosa, a beautiful converted castle at the top of the town.
Once settled in, Sue reminded me that we hadn't eaten a meal since noon and it was now 8:00. We pulled out all of our wonderful food and chowed down as we sat on our balcony enjoying the sights and listening to the noisy birds! ...