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... town of Manzaneruela in La Mancha.
In the interests of speed we rejoined the highway via a very winding link road and then joined the big motorway from Madrid and whizzed down to Valencia at high speed. The weather got brighter and brighter as we closed in on the Mediterranean. At Bunol we we went over a fantastic viaducto almost 2km long. All the valleys look fertile and productive with vines and orchards.
The approach ...
... did a lot of homework. During my food class, we reviewed for our final and talked about wine tastings.
Tuesday, I didn't end up having class this day as my teacher was sick. I slept in pretty late as I had tried to stay up to listen to the Badger game (but I fell asleep, which was probably for the better). I did some shopping this day and got my swimsuit for Lagos that weekend. I also finished some of my work.
On Wednesday, ...
... beautiful. On Sunday we headed into town and took the hop on hop off bus to have a good look around, best way to see stuff you might want to investigate in more detail later. Our first route was the Maritime/Modern Valencia and our second route was the Historical route. We spent most of the day on the bus which was great because we saw things we wouldn't necessarily see just walking around and there is always the history to go ...
... nice view over the old city. Only 126 steps up. Nice bells on top and some more on the way up, with nice slippery marble stairs to make it easy. Anne nearly swore. Nearly.
To calm her down, we went shopping. To keep her there, we continued to look through the shopping areas of the city and we found the round square. An old square just off the main square which is round. Perfectly round, with all manner of shops which would have been nice, had we found them ...