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... art in the small but lovely Picasso museum. We joined the locals in a bar to watch el classico – the annual soccer game between Madrid and Barcelona, the rivalry, especially given the tensions between Catalan and the rest of Spain.
Halloween has been on the horizon but we didn’t quite know how it would play out. We found pumpkins to carve in the hyper-huge-supermarket, and the boys put together costumes from items in ...
Saludos de Valencia,
This is round 2 of starting our Muller-Valencia Blog. Most of the people we are trying to connect with did not have a Google account (and didn't really want to create one) and weren't able to see all of the Blog contents. It's not quite as interactive and has some ads on it, but it's more accessible to everyone. So, I'm going to give this platform a try. As I mentioned before, Carlos, Che, Anya and I will all be contributing to the Blog, and each of ...
... I'm not sure how many made it back to Valencia in one piece, but everyone on the train looked like they had had a hard day and were ready for a siesta.
Now is my last week in Valencia and I've just about run out of things to see and do. My last day out will probably be tomorrow when I intend to take a train journey (on my own this time) to a place called Xativa (that's exotic) where they supposed to have a great castle to ...
I've been putting it off, and putting it off until I was starting to look scruffy, to the point I thought I might have to buy a comb.
I trolled up and down streets in Catarroja and Valencia in vain to find a barber shop. I don't know what Spanish men do to get a hair cut, maybe their mothers cut it for them or something, and even Ruben is vague when it comes to talking about where he has his cut. It could be ...
... up/hanging out. It was cool to meet new people, listen to music, dance and learn a new skill. Now I have officially learned how to cook paella from a Valencian and I am ready to make paella for the folks at home! I am so excited!
I think for the rest of the day I am going to walk around Valencia, looking at the different fallas, now that they are all up. BJ (one of my teachers) gave us a map of where to find "the ...
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