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... of Hotel California and told us about seeing The Eagles play live. They stayed and chatted with us for few more songs and then went on their way. When the sun started setting, we decided to head back to the hostel for a meal. We all brought whatever food we had up to the kitchen and together we chopped vegetables, danced, washed dishes and somehow ended up with a delicious meal for six.
It's truly amazing how music brings people together.
... a shame that they will be burned on March 19th. I could fill this entry with information about this part of the festival but I think the link will tell you more...and so here it is:
We arrived in the city as the final touches were being added to the ninots. We wander the streets along with thousands of other visitors viewing ...
... when we got on the trainee put our backpacks in the luggage area and as I turned around to see if there were any other seats available, Alyssa (who use to live in the flat above me) was standing right there. It's funny hoe things work out, so many trains were running to Valencia but we got the same one and the same carriage. It was great to have a 5 hour chat, definitely passed time a little better. Once we got off the train, James was in charge ...
... an open room on the main floor, with a loft area above that led out to a cute little rooftop patio. I loved the place and really wanted to stay a second night. All said and done, we still had to find the paella restaurant, get to bed and continue our trip the next morning.
The paella restaurant, Casa Roberto, had to be one of the most delicious paellas ever! I must say that the only thing better than the paella that night were the ...
... of it. I also seen nuns which I had not seen since I came to Europe, and that excited me because I was anticipating the sight of nuns, even though all they were doing was eating. I was fascinated by it all, and I was hoping to see more, and we did.
There was talk of the Plaza de la Virgin, which was an interesting square where a meeting of men from different regions came to talk every Thursday at 12 pm of important water matters, mostly out of tradition now a days, ...