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... that we would end up at McDonald’s which was in the opposite direction to our hostel. I bit my lip for the rest of the walk until the side street lead us out directly next to….McDonald’s! Woohoo, victory in terms of proving my navigational skills, but not so victorious in terms of getting home as we now had to walk back to the hostel.
Our last day in Valencia consisted of some light shopping where we found out that ...
... back at the crowds. Some of the girls used tennis rackets to hit the flowers away. The throwing of flowers at the floats continued until all the floats had circled again. Then another canon sounded and the floats left the parade area. At that point, many people from the crowd who had been watching and throwing flowers at the float, ran into the avenue which was now covered in flowers and they all began to throw flowers at ...
Matilda was behaving herself wonderfully. We decided to stick to the motorways once in Spain and by mid-day we had by-passed Valencia and were on the coastal road heading south towards Gandia.
We arrived mid afternoon, parked up and then went in search of somewhere to stay for the three nights we had before we were due to meet up with Les and Tina whose house we were going to look after for the next four months.
... meal, we had a
chocolate filled pastry type of bread which was delicious, and some coffee.
We then all drove to the beach and walked around the ports to walk off lunch
a little. When we returned, sandra, emilio, mindy, and I walked to the
local horchata bar, and bought a bucket of the fresh drink. Chufa, the plant that is used to make horchata, is locally grown in Valencia. When mixed with sugar, water, and
blended with ice it becomes ...
... Valencia City with Scott. What I like about Valencia is that it is a large city (Spain's third largest), yet it is manageable. The old part of the city is full of little streets and plazas that force you to become lost in the scene. We saw such sites as the bull ring, the old town gate, park, towers, cathedral, post office (which is much more than a cranky old man behind a counter)and plaza where the Pope will be in several weeks. ...