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We all loved the city and returned to rainy Madrid thoroughly tired. Completely exhausted already, I met up with two students from the UVA Program, Keaton Petro and Melissa Ngo, in Madrid. Aside from the Reina Sofia, the highlight of the day was improvised eggs and toast at the hostel for dinner (yeah, I’m really missing my Logan Kemp omelets in Sparks every morning). I also started today with my official starting stamp in the first passport – from the Cathedral in Valencia. Fabulously it indicates the home of the Holy Grail – you will see on the stamp that it has written on it the Chalice of the last Supper with a lovely picture of it. Just ask at the desk as you go in and they will direct you to the gift shop where they keep the stamp.
The covered terrace, overlooking the garden, doubles as a restaurant and bar. Here you can try local specialities, such as paella, a variety of rice dishes and homemade desserts. The Oasis Country Park offers a range of accommodation in caravans, mobile homes and bungalows.

The surrounding parks make for a great jogging area, or just one of many places to watch the sun set. Reviews for the aquarium inside have been mixed, but the architecture is definitely work a quick walk past. Malaga was rainy and surrounded by excessive train delays, schoolwork was difficult and abundant, and a bizarre run-in with a door has left my right middle finger virtually useless for the next several weeks. By this point in the proceedings, the plaintiff’s condition had improved significantly, so the doctor’s original diagnosis was no longer valid.
In true Spanish fashion, a ramp leads to the top of the Giralda to allow the bell-ringer to ride a horse to the top of the tower. I spent last Saturday in Xátiva, a small town about an hour away from Valencia. A long castle dominates the surrounding mountains, so we of course climbed the hill and explored the castle. While a great place to hike and relax, the town has relatively little historical significance apart from being the birthplace of two popes . Tuesday we set out for Segovia, but failed to catch the AVE, and were forced to take the much slower train to the small city. In addition to Disneyesque Alcázar de Segovia, we had the opportunity to watch Evan working in a metal artist’s shop (don’t worry; he’ll be posting sometime soon with more details).

Walking as we did, toward Manuel, you enter the town with one of the lovely bright, colourful signs that give the name of the town and things that you can find there on your right. I have included the one for Manuel as these town signs also indicate that the Camino passes through them – in the bottom left you will see a stylised scallop shell. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel’s facilities and services. All the necessary facilities, including facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, family room, restaurant, tours, are at hand. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night’s sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as internet access – wireless , whirlpool bathtub, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk.
I wanted to include this because I for those who have been following our progress, you can see how much more confident she has grown each trip. I was so incredibly proud of her today as she sat serenely on the trains, on the platforms, next to busy roads we crossed and on the hectic section of busy road into Xàtiva she was as cool as a cucumber. She was also a complete star among the many dogs we met today – quite a number of them off leash, including about 6 small ones who crowded around us when I stopped to ask an elderly gentleman if he knew where the route went. Today she turned heads wherever we passed and in Xàtiva and at the stations everyone was admiring her and asking to come and touch her. This was much appreciated as everyone was polite and asked first – dogs consider this good manners – and consequently she was delighted with all the attention and happy to let everyone gently stroke her. Situated above Barcelona Sants Train Station, Barceló Sants offers a subtle outer space theme throughout.

Classes to this point have been informative, but not particularly time-consuming. I’d spend an average of an hour a day on homework, half of which was time spent on studying the Habsburgs. This past week was comparable to a week at Wabash—papers, reading, and more than a few great conversations. Though a little taxing, I’ve enjoyed the work, and my scholastic proficiency at Spanish has no doubt improved.
You can also go hiking, cycling or on a « via ferrata » route. Cullera is 31 km from Casa Rural Xàtiva, Gandía is 60 km away. The nearest airport is Valencia Airport, 56 km from Casa Rural Xàtiva. This mega yacht is a great example of a modern, contemporary design combined with comfort and easy atmosphere, while at the same time providing the utmost in luxury.
In other news, I’ve finally started my internship with Spanish lawyer Ángela Coquillat. It’s a two-woman firm based out of Valencia, and with strong client bases in Madrid and Alicante. Our first day was spent getting to know the firm and looking over a case file.

I’ve certainly gotten to know the city of Valencia, and figured I’d take the time to share some of my knowledge with you now. Later that week, myself and two other UVA Valencia students returned to the Spanish law firm of Ángela Coquillat Vicente. There, we began watching a video of a hearing in Valencia. The next day was spent lazily wandering the Alcázar, a Moorish fort converted Peluqueria Xativa into a palace for a variety of monarchs and filled with their paraphernalia—from the Padrón Real to a collection of fans used by the queens. The gardens were beautiful (at this point, my words fail, so I’ll let my less than adequate pictures take over). This past weekend, a group of nine students from the UVA Valencia program decided to go to Seville for the weekend.
You can drive to the beaches of the Costa Blanca in just over an hour. Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned guestrooms. Your memory foam bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected.

There is easy access to Valencia by car via the nearby A-7 road. Xàtiva Railway Station is just 300 metres from the hotel. There is easy access to the AP7 Motorway, and Valencia, Gandia and the nearest beaches can be reached in less than an hour by car. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast in the Vernisa’s restaurant. Featuring modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, Vernisa is set in the centre of Xàtiva, 200 metres from its historic centre with shops and bars. Here we go with the ‘African American’ terminology glitch again!

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