Travel Blogs from Valencia
... and I can't remember its name right now, but the acronmyn is MuVIM. The whole thing was this timed out "experience" that you walked through to watch videos, listen to reenactments of philosophers talking, and be a cog in a machine. It was about all of the advancements made in all sorts of fields since the Enlightenment. After getting through all of it, we went to the Torres Quart, which used to be the Western gate to the city. These towers have the only part of the old ...
... more unique amongst democratic institutions of the world. I cannot think of another example with such definitiveness and singularity in their rulings. However, its not like the water courts get much action these days in terms of disputes to settle. The Tribunal is mostly for show now. It seems this tradition is so efficient and quintessentially Valencian that it cannot and will not be forgotten or compromised for maybe another one thousand ...
... bush). When they showed us the terrace I opened the sliding door wide so I could let some fresh air into the room.
They were so kind to us, I feel terrible dogging their obvious desire to freshen up our apartment. I mean, they provided us with a map of the area and lots of tips about where and how to get places. They showed us where the Metro is, the bus stops, the local shops and other helpful hints. They were so welcoming and kind.
As soon as they left we had ...
This morning, I ate my last Firehouse Sub (New York Steamer!) for the year. After three plane rides and over 20 hours of flight time, I've safely arrived at my new home. As we rode towards the huge, medieval towers (Torres de Serranos) that stand in front of my apartment, I looked around at this foreign city wondering...I was wondering how I will survive here. Honestly, I can hardly understand any of the signs as we ...
... is located that was used by Jesus in the Last Supper. It was difficult to see as it was pretty small and far away behind glass and there were quite a few people in there.
After walking around for a bit longer we then went to the bike tour which was really fun and will probably do it again in the future when we go to a different city. We saw much more of the city then what we normally would and also learnt a ...
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