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It seems the theft of Inge-Marie's handbag in Barcelona had a few more repercussions than we initially though. The poor girl spent the last three days in Valencia squinting to make out some of the cities very bright sights. If we don't get her a replacement pair of sunglasses soon we'll have to spend a fortune fixing her growing 'crow's feet' and …
... ironically, has the most new buildings of the town. This area has the Cathedral and also many squares. We didn't have a guide, so we don't know what most of this stuff is! So we are hoping tomorrow we will get a guide to help us learn about everything.
We then moved from the old town to one of the gardens across a bridge. It has really nice landscape and lots of places to sit, as well as a shop to enjoy some coffee or ice cream. It also has a fossil ...
... be moving in on Sunday and staying till the day I'm leaving also. Ay Carumba! My host lady also shared some sentiments about the previous people who have stayed in her home. Her opinion was that Asian people tended to be very respectful. Many Koreans come to the language school. She had some Americans before that partied all the time, treated her like a maid, and threw towels everywhere. She's very funny. Her common sense is strong, and she has a great memory. We mutually like ...
... a reddish coloured marble. We found the location of the post office from the information centre and walked about 1 km to it where we posted card to A. Olga. Cost €0.90. Seemed awfully cheap. Lady said it would take a week to 10 days. Found McDonalds with Wifi that worked and attended to mail and blog while Dot checked the shops. Headed back toward the Place de la Reinne with Dot feeding her compulsive shop browsing habit whilst I took photos of ...
... and then has to double back on the other side in order to reach it. We are on the 5 th floor and our view is onto the traffic below. The wifi is really bad and we get cut off every so often which is rather frustrating.
After a very restless sleep I made my way to the old part of Valencia.
If you like architecture then this is the place for you. There are the most amazing buildings one next to the other, a photographers heaven. I wish that I had know what a wonderful ...
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