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 ...
... he was literally around the block from the Plaza del Toro...see I told you everything's really close! His room was like 3 floors up from the ground so I was able to get a cool pic of the Estacio del Nord from a different perspective...and a nighttime one too!
Afterwards to went to the Barrio del Carmen. Annabelle, Joe, Axel, and Johannes found us there. We danced a bit then called it a night. We just cannot last like the Spanish do.
... having all tall people in front of her and not being able to see even the trucks go past. At the beginning it was so hot at the back and we were begging for the tomatoes to be thrown, but soon after the begun to start the tomato fight the sky opened up and started raining which left us cold and sort of welcoming the closeness of people's bodies. I had a big guy in front of me, which I used as a shield, I placed my elbows on each of his shoulders and covered my face with ...
... them use any Spanish at all.
After lunch, I attempted the siesta, but how much can one really sleep with 50 kids running around? Azucena and I then went shopping for "pan bimbo" (our sandwhich bread) and jelly. I brough JIF peanut butter from home and tomorrow, I am going to make an authentic American dish for them - PB & J! We'll see if they like it....
... town, reminding me a lot of St. Augustine Florida. We walked through a park for a while that had runners, and soccer fields everywhere. We stopped and watched a little bit of a soccer game. They are amazing here. It was funny because it was the middle of the day during the week, yet somehow all of these men were free to pay soccer all day with their buddies. We finally made it to the largest landmark in Valencia, named the city of arts ...