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we drove to Valencia on the Costa del Sol. The coastal road was getting greener the further we drove. We turned off
at Murcia, a small village, where the proprietors of the restaurant explained the lunch
menu and made us feel very special! Valencia is a delightful city and the C Vincci Lys hotel very beautiful. We had a …
... is held where close to a thousand people gather to listen about the importance of Catholicism. The speakers boom with the sound of a priest or a member of the clergy of one of the churches nearby talking about faith. This raised a question in my head. Are Spaniards really religious or is faith more of a cultural part of their society that has been engrained in so many of the members of the Valencian community that it is more a part of who they are than ...
... up to the counter to pay for them. It was then apparent why Video Girl wanted to brush up on her Spanish counting. Always one for a bargain she began negotiating the price of the man sandals.
As they strolled down Calle Colon with a slight breeze cooling Video Boy's toes, Video Girl turned to Battery Boy and said, "We'll that went well, I enjoyed negotiating the price." Battery Boy looked at Video Girl and said, "You should consider a ...
... Thomas (again see previous blog of Pamplona). So we all decided to go clubbing together and see where the night would take us. While waiting for the rest of the hostel, I met a Brazilian girl called Jennifer and also made friends with two Irish people, Ivan and Bridgeen, two awesome people who were the most friendliest of all the people in this going out thing. The only people who I found hard to socialize with, were some Colombian girls, who the minute I told them I was ...
... to the Old Town that also happened to be close to the town centre. A stroll down the Rambla away from views of the Mediterranean had us on the lookout for the tourist information office. This took us through a very very long market and a warning from the officer at the TI centre to be wary of pickpockets. Although we had survived Barcelona we still needed to remain vigilant and careful.
The roman sites ...