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Travel Blogs from Valencia
When we got down to Granada at 8 pm, it was so hot and stuffy that we made a quick executive decision - abandon Andalusia and move north. So we checked the bus schedule on our way back from dinner (around midnight), found out that the first bus to Valencia left at 3 am (the next available was at 3 pm the following day), packed up our tent and got …
... I'm so tired...I decided to visit the rest of the attractions near school. Found the La Lonja de la Seda. It was a cool place. I'm so curious as to how it was once like. Where and how many people were there hanging around at various times of the day. What filled the massive rooms? What was in that basement area?
After thorough exploring this place from all sorts of different angles, I felt satisfied enough to move on to the ...
... at everyone and threatening to kick asses in Barcelona, of course they're Australian.
And a impromptu strip show on a bar in Valencia? Obviously.
This is why the world both loves and hates us.
At best we're jovial, outgoing and friendly. As everyone I meet, from local bar flys to students and European backpackers seem to comment.
At worst, well at worst ...
... else in the hostel partying and getting ready to head out. We made it at least!
After a good nights sleep we were ready to see what Valencia was all about. Our hostel is situated in the 'old town' which is over an hour away on foot from the beach and other sights. We decided to rent push bikes for the day so we could cover more ground. After picking up our wheels we headed to the 'Mercado' markets in the middle of the old town ...
... the entire city all the way to the beach. This park is massive! It took us 1 hour to bike from one side to the other so it would be an extremely long walk should you decide to make the trek. Throughout this park there's lots of fountains, flowers, playgrounds, and nice places to have a picnic. It's quite peaceful there actually. So the first day we arrived in Valencia, we made some sandwiches and sat in the park with them. We just hung out and then finished the day ...