Parador de El Saler
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... a seer bread. After the market we visited a Gothic Cathedral and checked out the silk exchange! From there we headed to Lladro just outside the city limits! We we able to get an overview if how each piece is handmade! Each piece is individually made, painted and each flower is made by hand! The molds are only used 25 times then discarded and new ones made! A few purchases were made!! After our tour we went for lunch! We sat outside and had a chicken ...
... soothe my soul, we go people watch at...you guessed it...my favorite place in Valencia, the Plaza de la Virgen. Lots of skateboarders, guys doing bike tricks, and people on rollerblades do tricks practicing in the plaza tonight. After hanging, it was like 11:30 at night, so we decide to call it quits.
On my way home, my neighbor classmates spot me walking by, and we walk some of the way home together.
What a nice way to end the day!
From my extensive research of Spain prior to arrival, Domingo is the day that most shops are closed and everyone's at the beach. Miriam, Johannes, and Rune all said they were going to hit the beach, so I, too, am ready to check it out.
Due to our inability to access our phones without wi-fi, communication can be a bit tricky. Johannes was due to hit the beach around 3, but by then, the 3 of us would've been there for ...
... 8211; oranges, irrigation, spices and more.
After lunch we had a look through the old town and followed a path painted on the pavement which linked the 4 churches. Unfortunately only one of them was open – the cathedral. It is all about the timing and we have not been getting that right at the moment.
Some of you may want to skip this next paragraph on bull fighting.
Then it was off in search of the ...
... than each other. We use Spanish in a limited capacity because we just aren't in a position of meeting people - we go to shops, restaurants and other places - order what we need and leave. No relationships have been even started - let alone fostered. In every town we have been in since we started traveling we have made friends - great friends - cherished friends. Here - nothing. It is us the four of us. So for those first few weeks here it felt a bit lonely and isolating.