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... in amongst the ubiquitous bars and cafes, which gave the place an outdoor shopping mall feel. On the main street they even had a new modern Theatre Complex complete with music school and art gallery. The main street was a wide boulevard with the tallest shade trees, and was made for strolling or sitting at a cafe table to watch the people walk by. It was there at the information centre that I was told about the little road train that left for the castle at 12.30. It ...
I love being alive. I am so incredibly blessed. We are going to take a moment to admire and thank my wonderful parents for instilling in me a sense of childlike wonder and curiosity and always reminding me that no plan is the best plan.
Xativa, about 1 and a half hours south of Valencia, is a quaint town with a lot of history surrounding it. To be honest, I'm not going to go in depth much about the history, instead I shall just cover what ...
... much more salty than at San Sebastion in the Bay of Biscay. The Mediterranean seems saltier and where we were located there was quite strong wave action. Myra and Debbie went to a local bar to get some drinks and they both ordered a rum and coke. They claim they were the best they have ever had. They now know the trade secret and will be making them at home.
After lazing around for the afternoon Bill and Myra ...
... back to the monastery while I, because of my foot, took the funicular back down the mountain.
I wish I had more exciting information about this mornings tour but I'm either tired or I just wasn't that excited about the Black Madonna. So now we're headed back to Barcelona for lunch and then a visit to Guadi's Sagrada Familia.
So until later today, luv to all,
A fantastic day! We took a trip to Xativa -- a Spanish town near here with an old Muslim fortress high up on a mountain.
The group met at the train station in Valencia. The train ride was about 40 to 50 minutes long because it stopped at many little stations along the way. Once in Xativa, we explored the town a little bit and visited a museum there with lots of Roman and Muslim artifacts. At 12:30 we boarded a little tourist tram that took us ...