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... with the one we were using today on the second (or even third rung) below their special VFT services (but we have a trip on one of these book on the last intra-Spain leg from Seville to Madrid in a cpl weeks).
But this was no second rate service. We left at exactly the time scheduled and the carriage was nice and roomy with heaps more legroom than a plane. The train passed slowly through the outskirts of Barcelona passing through industrial landscape as well ...
... 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 ...
... this on Sunday morning and all morning long I've been listening to two things, church bells and explosions. One of the things that the Spanish people do when they celebrate anything is let off strings of huge firecrackers. I am not exaggerating they sound like bombs going off and shake the buildings as they go booom, booooom, crackle, crackle, boommm.
On my way back to the train station yesterday I saw some white balloons in the distance and walked over to see what ...
... around a bit for food and stumbled upon a supermarket. We got some snacks as we weren't super hungry and made our way back to the train station to go find our luggage at the airport. We had to wait around for a while but finally the flight came in and we were reunited with our luggage. So excited to get home and lay down we got back on the train that went directly to Benimaclet. We got home and couldn't open the door to our ...
... rolling around in a lake and were generally just amazing. They were also in quite a confined space. The highlight for the kids was seeing hippos fighting and pooing underwater. It was actually quite incredible seeing them under water, especially for so long, and the poo just topped the whole experience. We also saw giraffes, a black panther, leopard, rhinos, birds, etc etc
After the zoo, we had perhaps the complete highlight of the whole trip ...
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