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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 ...
... GO! You won’t be disappointed.
I failed to mention, docked quite near us it the Oasis of the Seas. HUGE! Four-thousand of your closest friends with two-thousand crew….6-thousand people! That’s a village! I think our ship can fit in their atrium. NO THANK YOU! This is as big as I’ll ever go, thank you very much.
Time for some more observations….
This ship is beautiful, big ...
... activity that thus far during the day had included a series of stray cats and dogs ignoring my lense. But......just as you don't assume your toilet break or the accidentally pitted olive will be your last, we didn't assume Romeo might decide that although our shoes were caked in his droppings and I can say with confidence we smelt like we belonged in the wilderness, he was going to ram us off the hill. In what should be described as donkey kong with a slightly ****** off Spanish ...
... with local and overseas tourists alike.
- The weather here has been sweltering. You've heard us mention that we were walking around in 43deg heat yesterday; it's like walking around on a hot day with a fan heater blowing on you. Not very pleasant but part of the experience
- a good part of Spain was under the control of the Moors (North African Moslems) for about 500 years (around 700s to 1200s) before the Christians started taking over through ...
... tiles, the traditional Andalucian balconies and the baroque (curved) part of the cathedral....I liked that too! I am surprised we don't bump into more stuff as half the time we are looking up and not down!
One of the main drawcards other than the Alcazabar and the cathedral is Plaza de la Constitution. This is the main square where everyone gathers. Embedded into the brick border which runs one edge of the square are five ...