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... br> And on that note…..Tomorrow (Saturday) we arrive in Valencia for the day. We leave the ship on Sunday in Barcelona at 9am (UGH). So the sojourn over the Atlantic and now Meditreanean Seas draws to its close…..heavy sigh.
I most likely will continue writing about our escapades under a new title (something catchy – same website)…if we can figure out what happened to our device! Is there a Microsoft store ...
... we noticed the Roman Amphitheatre. Tonight they are having a performance of an ancient play- I truly didn’t catch the name of the play, because I did not recognize the title in Spanish. From there we took off through the city. Much as I did yesterday, we walked and walked just looking at things and taking pictures. We saw a bull ring just across the street…..thankfully we did not go any closer. No “show” ...
... here. Again, they show a tremendous amount of patience and willingness to help.
The Marriott is a very nice property, catering mostly to English speaking guests. Ironically, what we are finding is that we don't particularly care for Costa del Sol, or at least the Malaga-Marbella area. We know now it's far too crowded for our tastes. So Thursday, we're heading for the [white] hills!
... 24 hours to get from Fes, Morocco, Africa to Bristol, Somerset, England. It's like the amazing race, but without the million dollars at the end! Provided we have calculated the correct times for busses and ferries I think we gat this. Well, we're just going to have to have 'Gat this' as we have a Ryan Air flight to catch and grandparents waiting at the other end! When at the other end first things first is registration for an Indian visa. ...
... that the crowds would dwindle as the night lured on.. But no! Quite the opposite. The fiesta spirit and nocturnal nature of the Spanish is also gallantly displayed in La Semana Santa, families with toddlers still going strong at 3 am, and bars brimming till bursting point with people of all ages, fuelled by delicious street food, such as Pipas, Sugared Almonds or the more substantial Patata Sada a much more exciting take on the Baked ...