Hotel Cibeles Playa
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... mushrooms, a salad with lettuce, corn, tomato, salt, lemon and olive oil, olives, marinated garlic, bread and manchego cheese (served at every lunch and dinner). We were exhausted from the weekend and Rafa took us back to the train station after dessert. When we arrived back in the old Valencia train station, we got a taxi back to La Plaza del Negrito where our apartment is. The only plan for Monday is to relax, do laundry, and catch up on our journals.
... but just seemed dusty and deserted. There were more restaurants than houses but all pretty empty.
Headed back to the campsite via a food shop and prepared dinner- tuna salad and baguette. Cheap n cheerful. Still baking so will jump into the pool in a bit (there is a swimming pool on the campsite but like much of Spain, it is shut most of the day)
Then a good shower and some refreshing ...
... were not as impressive if they had been if they were shot off an hour later.
After the fireworks, I found a bicycle station and used my special code to take one. It took me only 11 minutes to bicycle from there to where I am living. I went past the school during my ride, so now I know that I can get to school in 10 minutes or less by bike. I am definitely planning to bicycle back and forth from now on!
... streets around the hotel that night, strolling along the beach and checking out places to eat. We finally chose Burger King, not very adventurous at all, but at E6.50 each, it was all we could really afford!
The following day we went in search of a slightly cheaper hotel and were lucky to find one just a couple of blocks back from the beach, the Cibelas Plaza, the rooms were much nicer and the breakfast was included in ...
... the capital is awesome, and even the small towns nearby have a lot of interesting stuff to see (like the castle in Xątiva, for example). And then there was Cullera, the summer town, which was quite perfect: empty because it was not summer anymore, yet with perfect summer weather. A quite nice way to end the trip, the land is really worth seeing and I got the opportunity to visit ...