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... the life style of the bourgeoisie of early last century.
It is not the bustling frenzy of some modern resorts, the pace is slower which is what we like, no seedy nightclubs and drunken youths in your face like the early days of ' the Spanish resort'!!!
It has a calm to it.
A lovely sunset on our last evening.
Farewell to Benicassim we could be back next ...
Today we started packing our bags. It's time to head for home...the one we have in Sarasota!
It has been a wonderful two months here, we've experienced a part of Spain that very few Americans see. At first I felt very frustrated by the my language difficulties. Most Spaniards we met don't speak very much English and my Spanish is ...
... the doors to open to receive a number that allowed us to stand or sit in another area waiting for that number to give us access to the official who would either give us forms or look at the forms we had already filled in before they gave us another form which needs to be taken to a bank for payment of a fee and returned with a photo and copies of our passport before noon....so that we can then return the next day at 1 pm ...
Today was a great day. It started out as normal, me doing school work. Then I went into town and met with a couple friends. Olivia lives in an apartment and she bought Christmas decorations! It was so fun and we had a great time. On my way to class I walked past the mercado, which was all light up! It is so beautiful! ...
... around the wonderful family table to enjoy our lunch...a hungry crowd for sure, every last drop consumed. Then is was siesta time for some of us. We returned to El Campello with the plan to see everyone later for dinner.
It was a lovely way to celebrate Marie's birthday. I know it was exactly the way she wanted it, with her family, active and happy. I always feel so lucky to be a part of that wonderful group.
Happy Birthday Marie!