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... moscatel with our desserts. By the end of all this, we had an hour to kill before the Museum of Contemporary Art reopened, so found a shady bench outside the church. I never cease to be amazed at the serious way that this siesta time is taken in this day and age when people are clambering to make a living, but then it's only mad dogs and Englishmen...!! Return to the museum we did and spent a good hour wandering the exhibits (paintings and sculpture) in all 29 rooms of the ...
It was with some reluctance that we tore ourselves away from our first Spanish site of the trip, Camping Can Coromines, after a relaxing ten days. Not only were the site facilities very good but the owners and their family who run it are very personable and helpful. David in particular enjoyed Marc's company, and the two would often chat and debate all sorts of topics, with much humour thrown in. A lovely man. Both Marc and Sally are very hands on in respect of the site - ...
... motorhome service station stops are notorious for thieves. I am going to a camping site in Valencia for the week-end.
A good few ships passing outside all day and more at anchor waiting to go into port. Not too many swimmers on the beach as there is a good roll coming in from the med all the time.
Please take note of the picture of the roundabout it is made up of thousands of tiles and ceramics to make the sea around the ...
... but I actually got to take a step without holding on. Next we climbed this tree, which was basically like a rock climbing wall, but it was on a tree. I did not like this. I am very bad at rock climbing to say the least. Finally, the last activity was zip lining. It was a series of three short zip lines. Although it was short, it was a still a lot of fun even though it was too short. After the adventure in the forest, we headed to the hotel to check ...
... about to be set loose. We were invited to a BBQ prior to the final bull of the night, the Fire Bull. Tables are placed on the narrow streets and we ate al fresco at David and Bob's place. With hamburgers from a bull who had been running the streets on a previous night it was a perfect setting, so very Spanish!
The Fire Bull is the last bull of the night and is spectacular once he ...