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... hard and was very tired by the end of training. The drills were complicated and hard to learn and the coach was saying rapido, rapido, rapido all the time which is faster, faster, faster.
After training, Dad and I took a taxi to Mum's apartment and mum, Hannah and Odette made us burgers for dinner. We stayed there the night.
... we saw a sparkling blue dome and decided to walk up to street level. There, we found the Museo de Bellas Artes, which was a beautiful gallery of various painters, including Gayo and Serolla, and a lot of Catholic-themed pieces. After seeing that museum, we walked around the gardens in the back and eventually found the Museo de Ciencias Naturales, a smaller, but still ...
... and taking an organised tour what accent do you expect your tour guide to have? If you were the group of Americans sat behind us at lunch yesterday then the answer was definitely not Spanish. They were particularly annoyed at having a Spanish tour guide, which I find interesting for people from a country where Spanish pretty much the second language. There may not be an update tomorrow, as it's a sea day for the leg from Spain back to Italy and Sardinia, ...
... elsewhere but no real means of recording those. Some of the roundabouts have traffic lights which is a bit odd. They also have huge LED screens with 'real time' traffic flow which you would hope, on a Tuesday afternoon is about as good as it's going to get. No street traders here, wandering musicians but they got moved on by the police so obviously not legal either. Still some signs advertising the Americas Cup but didn't understand them so it didn't ...
... Girl spoke to the waiter and asked for directions to the Castell de Xativa. He told her in limited English (and with plenty of hand actions) that you had to walk and it closed at 6pm. They walked up the street and found a council map on a street sign and looked at the zig zag route. Off they set around the first corner and it was then that they looked up, it was going to be a long steep walk.
Video Girl and Battery Boy made their way through ...