Hotel Los Robles
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... was being her usual self and had us cracking up through out dinner, almost making choke on my water. Something about clothes pins and underware, we'll never know ;) We had dessert and made our last cheers to a wonderful trip, and great friends made along the way! Just when we thought it was the last time we'd see Juan and Estela, we missed our train to Madrid! We got lost going to the train station more than once and Juan was not very familiar with the area. I think ...
... away, and then settled down with a glass of wine to get to know one another a little better.
The following day was really busy, Tina wanted to show me where the local village shops were, where to get our drinking water, they took us to a font up in the hills above the villa, the local supermarket and a few other bits and pieces, while Les and Ron got to grips with the pool and general maintenance. Les and Tina were due ...
Day 1 (Saturday, May 22, 2010)
We traveled to Valencia via a nice and fast train which played a dubbed over
american comedy for most of the trip. Sandra (my Spanish sister from my
abroad studies 8 years ago) and her boyfriend, Emilio, met us at the train
station. Before heading to la casa, we visited their new apartment, then went into the pueblo for some coffee. Then, we headed over to my spanish mom and dad's
I went on a school program (ESN) to Las Fallas in Valencia. It was a two day trip for 80 some people and we needed a place to stay and it was obvious that ESN had ran out of options. We ended up in Gandia in bungalows. I didn't know I could find bungalows in Spain, let a lone a trailer park. ...
... the capital is awesome, and even the small towns nearby have a lot of interesting stuff to see (like the castle in Xątiva, for example). And then there was Cullera, the summer town, which was quite perfect: empty because it was not summer anymore, yet with perfect summer weather. A quite nice way to end the trip, the land is really worth seeing and I got the opportunity to visit ...