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It cost about $8 return for the half hour train trip and I arrived into Xativa station at about 10.30.
I was expecting a smallish village and was surprised at the size of the town, which has about 30,000 residents. The first thing that I noticed as I wandered around the new town were the wonderful lush shade trees that made the streets a pleasure to be in on a day that was already up to 26o. There were lots of different shops selling homewares and ...
... last week- very reminiscent of the UK! On Sunday however, it was humid, hot and sunny. It reached 25! I never know what to wear outside, as it appears sunny then you get outside and it's frosty! I am looking forward to it being warm enough to wear a t shirt, which will hopefully be very soon. Sometimes I think about the temperature, and how it is 17 here but I am still cold, and I wonder how I survived the occasional arctic temperatures of England! ...
... The top of the castle was truly astonishing, with an incredible view. It was the kind of place you could stay for hours. I wish I had time to do yoga, and I wish I was there alone (as always), but it was nice to have some people there to get good pictures haha.
Don't get me wrong, I love people, and I loved those people, its just that some things are so peaceful, that the human race has a tendency to shatter it.
Xativa, te encanta.
... black Madonna" statue you can visit and kiss if you want inside the cathedral. The monks still live there so you can go there and bug them by talking loud and making them sush you. The locals make good cottage cheese served with honey ( yum) It's also the unofficial Centre of Catalan independence, not the cheese but the Monastery. It seems ...
... huff) to the rack rail making it just in time to connect to the last train of the day all the way back to Barcelona - a might stressful that was.
It was a definite plus visit, tickets €26 each for a great day out and if one was considering it I would recommend going earlier in morning and leave time for a walk and monastery viewing (we didn't leave the city until 1.30pm). We didn't get to go inside where pilgrims go and see ...