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Today was mostly a driving day. We were feeling pretty tired from all of the traveling and we had a 3 hour drive in front of us. And to top it off, the drive was very boring. It was like a slightly greener version of driving from Tucson to Phoenix. And the whole time we had trouble keeping a radio station for more than a song and a half …
... visited Barcelona in the past few months with James, with the expectation that we would maybe teach there for the next school term. I liked it, but still nothing compared to Valencia. It was a very British city, with almost everyone speaking English. Commuting around the city was more difficult as, of course, it is a lot bigger than Valencia. The beach was beautiful and the architecture stunning. We found a beautiful outdoor market, bustling with ...
... means a night full of fireworks in Barcelona. In Valencia it is about making the most of the huge beach. Which means making bonfires. Unfortunately there are no marshmallows in site. Unless marshmallow is code for beer.
The hostel staff lead us to their bonfire. As the bus drives along the beach there are thousands all over the beach and fires everywhere. The police are in force on the boardwalk but don't seem to make an appearance on the ...
... much deeper meaning to the community presently. Although some may still observe the tradition of resting on Sunday as a religious practice, many more just regard it as a fact of their community, a cultural piece of Spain.
I suppose both sides of the argument are valid. Religion in Spain is both based on faith and true devotion to Christianity and also a cultural part of Spanish communities. Which one it leans towards more is still something I am unsure ...
... decided to take a different route which took us past the Statue of Liberty…French style…much smaller than the New York version but nice none-the-less. Shelley and Mike thought they’d check out an Italian-style café for their coffee this morning…as the Italians do know how to make a good espresso. Unfortunately it was Italian in name only…the coffee was very French through and through…too hot, too burnt ...