Hotel RH Bayren I
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... and stopping in at a cafe. We both ordered baguettes, and mine was this enormous chicken and Brie roll that I could barely finish, but it was very tasty. Afterwards we had planned to buy provisions for travels, but we hadn't really thought about it being Sunday in Spain, so of course the supermarket was closed which really threw a spanner in the works. It was no big deal to me, because I can't go anywhere until the fuel cap is fixed, but Jess didn't ...
... and climbed to the very top of the Miguelete, which is the Bell Tower. Let me tell you exactly how many stairs there are up to the Miguelete, TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN. That´s 207 up and 207 down. If you´re keeping up with me that 414 steps. Ladies and gentleman by the end of this trip I´m going to have the nicest legs not even Ric***********s could help me with. All worth it because at the very top you can see all of Valencia right to the ocean. The walk down was thankfully, much ...
... much smoking pot and playing frisby.
So a good think to remember back at home is that when you buy Valencian oranges, they most likely have been handled by a dirty dirty hippie. One of them told us that the orange skins have petrol inside them… which also we imagine is another way for him to get a good high.
They were heaps funny, we hung out with them until it was far too cold. ...
... from the hotel. Neither of us spoke much Spanish and so had to rely on the waiter for some help with the menu. We ended up with a platter of fish, with about five different varieties, but that was it, no salad, no rice or chips. We asked for salad but nothing came and so ate our way through the platter as best we could!
The following day was much the same, beach, relax, sun, sea, beer, supper (this time from a burger bar ...
... 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 ...
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