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... the crowd waiting to board.
The time passed surprisingly quickly as we settled in to munch our way through a large back of crisps and sweets reading and chatting as the train rumbled across Spain. I love to travel like this watching the landscape slide past the window. First we headed down the coast through Tarragona and then inland to Valencia. The ...
... some amazing food, especially the pescado frito (fried fish) in La Plaza de las Flores. We met some funny Dutch people, one of whom ran around with a yellow card and a whistle and yellow carded people when they made a foul (even if the people were an entire bar before he ran out) I met a bartender that looks very much like Aaron Weber and we met a lovely couple living in Geneva.
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... I’ve never seen so many in one place. Their colourful kites whizzing across the turquoise water made an impressive sight.
Our final stop that day was at Baelo Claudia, the Roman ruins near the town of Bolonia. The ruins are extensive. It’s easy to imagine it as a bustling town more than 2000 years ago from what has been excavated. We explored the ruins and then had a drink on the beach in Bolonia. There is no shortage of beautiful beaches ...
... on the opposite from the stallions and the have the dock of their tail and manes shaved. This is how the monks identified the mares from the stallions at a glance. The Spanish loving tradition still do it this way.
After the tour they did a presentation in their glass enclosed covered dressage arena. First the brood of pregnant mares, then a black stallion, then a dressage presentation, then a driving carriage with four horses, then ...
... the beach chairs, and swam in the ocean which was the perfect temperature to cool off in.
After a great day of just laying out and relaxing, reading and listening to music, we decided it was time to see a little of Cadiz. We hopped on the bus to the city center. The first thing we came across was a giant military aircraft carrier. It must have been some sort of special visiting day, because the line to get into it stretched from the ...