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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Baltasar Castellon Province
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... was crowded and the line to see the Virgin of Montserrat, the famouse black Madonna, was at least an hour long. Rather than queue for over an hour with the prospect of looking at the Madonna for no more than a few seconds we entered the church.
With a service in progress it was full but we managed to find space on a pew at the back just before it began. We followed the service as best we could and the opportunity to ...
... full of stall holders selling everything from bags and shoes to tiles, glassware and a bunch of other stuff. We got back to our room and Ian went straight to bed, whereas I need some time to unwind and write my blog. Granada is a beautiful town with so many nooks and crannies to discover - it was so much fun this evening too just wandering around with no real destination in mind. Tomorrow we have our tour of the Alhambra Palace and I can't ...
... of the whole day was walking to and from the city of Arts and Sciences. It was right around 2 miles there, and it was absolutely beautiful. Such a nice day, nice weather, nice city. The whole thing is beautiful, from the greenery to the history to the modernism. I'm enchanted. Me encanto.
That night we went out. We went to a discoteca called "SuperClub". It was pretty chill. And by chill I don't mean chill at all, ...
... Portuguese and Spanish red wines and other beverages, I will make these observations:
1. There is only so much a fella can do or feels like doing.
2. The inextricable formula: immoderate consumption of red wine = snoring
Context one. A double bed in another country.
Context two. Acknowledging that my loving partner needs sleep for her well being.
Context three. It's our adventure, teamwork is essential for harmony.
3. That said, there are ...
... de Valencia. It was a beautiful morning and a nice relaxing way to start the day. We then toured an opera house and went to an aquarium. At the aquarium, a few of us got to watch two trainers let several birds of prey fly around, and we had several hawks fly inches from the tops of our heads (no joke, we all thought that it was going to grab onto our hair), but the coolest was the Bald Eagle that flew literally no more than two feet in front of ...