Senator Parque Central Hotel
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... the biggest fish shop I have ever seen. Problem was all the fish were behind glass and they wouldn't let me taste any. I played chasey with these little fellows with shells, but it was no fun as they didn't move very fast and the game was over before it began. Still they were pleasant chaps.
The Spanish birds were very pretty, but they wouldn't hang out with me. I think they thought I was too Cheep (hee hee hee).
Talk to you soon.
... of the king to rule will be made. There are some for the royal family and some who are not, but the relevance of the royal family is not significant except for preserving traditions in Spain right now. It is a question of tradition, but with the history of corruption and scandal, the people may decide that it is time for no more and vote in favor of stopping the monarchy. Only time will tell and the people will have their say.
... afternoon. A number of weddings were taking place and church bells were ringing everywhere with crowds of people dressed up and having fun.
There were a lot of old refurbished buildings alongside a surprising number of buildings that had been left to decay. The streets were very clean but there was a lot of graffiti on the buildings. They had a late dinner of tapas before heading back to their hotel to settle down.
This morning we got the bus into Valencia. We weren't really sure which stop to get off and when we did we had no idea where we were! Joe found town for us and we eventually found a tourist office so we could get a map of he city. While we were looking for a tourist office we saw the Colosseum like bull fighting stadium and one of Valencia's main stations. The ...
... we discovered the problem with Sheila was, she was looking for a Mulheim in France and by crossing the river, we had actually gone into Germany (making it my third country in half a day).
For the next couple of hours, we drove through the spectacle Bavarian Alps. Endless greenery, breathtaking views and cool little villages highlighted the journey.
By about 4pm, Pa had had enough of driving for the day, so we decided to call stumps for the day in the town of ...