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So the last day of our holiday.. we again had breakfast downstairs at the hostel and then packed up all our bags, put on our togs, vacated our rooms and went back to the beach.
We hired more deck chairs and umbrellas and then made ourselves most at home for the day. I think the only time we left the beach was to get ice cream and George and I went for lunch at a tapas place.
I even had a ...
... up and down the German area where we were staying, we ended up at a place that sold ribs by the wrack and the kg... that is a lot of ribs.
We also learnt the term 'super ah' from some Germans and I accidently said "I like it, I want it" to the waiter... he even called over another waiter to tell him what I had said... shameful and accidental- maybe I have late onset turret's? I also asked the waitress for the German word ...
... Kristy had an ensuite bathroom and we had our own private bathroom next door- pretty awesome for a hostel!
We then changed into our togs, grabbed some towels and headed back to the beach. We acted like lucrative travellers and hired deck chairs and umbrellas and then we were away for the rest of the day- napping, reading and swimming- perfectly relaxing day!
After we had had enough of the beach (and were quite ...
Needless to say after yesterdays excitement we were exhausted and therefore took advantage of our 12pm check out time- so breakfast was delayed until 10.45am down in the lobby.
After a much more leisurely breakfast than yesterday, we took a cab out to the City of Arts and Sciences again- but this time to actually see the Oceanographic exhibit.
Turns out this place was the Sea World of Valencia. We saw seals, an amazing dolphin show (Calves ...
... Heaven, Purgatory…you get the idea) filled with an astounding variety of stalactites and stalagmites. It is in these caves you will find the largest stalagmite (that's one that grows from the ground up) in Europe at 22m tall. The 'Queen of Pillars' is quite rare in that no stalactite hangs above to meet her half way, and whilst it looks like she's about to kiss the top of the cavern, it will take her another 5000 years to reach it.