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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... slogging the road. The lovely Mexican girls with smiley faces in the streaming rain. Tiger the Irish lad with his non stop chatter made the kilometres fly by. Sheila with her strength and stupidity breaking the pain barrier. Jimmy for coping so well with us two and, keeping her on her feet, carrying the bulk of our belongings and keeping me warm and dry. I hope the wonderful memories of this trip will keep us at home for the near future, but knowing those two I doubt ...
Ian and Sue kindly drove us to Xeraco to catch the train to Valencia, from which we could get a train to Barcelona to pick up the hire car. The train journey is in two parts and it turns out you can't buy a ticket for the whole journey. So when we got to Valencia, which has a beautifully decorated ticket hall, we went to get our tickets to Barcelona, which is when we had a massive shock: from online research we'd expected it to cost around ...
... big chunks of ham and peppers and even a decent sized blood sausage chopped up into it. It took a lot of eating and as I was finishing I thought well that's the main course polished off. It was however just the entree. and he then brought a plate with half a baked potato next to what seemed to be a pork chop covered in a rich sauce of chunky tomatoes and peppers. It was like no chop that I have ever eaten because it had melt in the mouth pork ...
... he stopped in a completely random place by the side of the road, opened the doors and gestures for us to get off.
He then drove off leaving us stood bewildered in the middle of nowhere! It was midday and felt like 40 degrees and nothing as far as the eye can see. Great. So we took the decision to walk back to where we should have got off.
Quite a walk it took about half an hour in ...
... my dad recommended and looved it and it it went so well with the sea food.. yeay wine skills...Then the next morning at 8am we took the first train back to Madrid, where we fell asleep immediately around 6pm. Then on Saturday morning we awoke early to catch a bus to Salamanca which is a smaller university town 3 hours from Madrid. This place reallllly reminded me of the town i was in in Sweden (Lund), really cute and studenty but easily explored in ...