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We went to visit the Toros. Valencia which is an active bullfighting ring. There were no bullfights on while we were here but we did see a matador training which was quite interesting.
There was a very good museum associated with the arena and you had an audio in the language of your choice. Matadors are like gods here and go to the …
... 160; Lots of waiters parading around with Italian flags etc. and carrying huge Tiramisu dishes. Seen a lady on the ship with a Guide Dog last night!!! Don't think anyone would even take much notice over here because everyone seems to take their dogs everywhere (restaurants, shopping centres etc)!! Lots of people carrying around little dogs in bags. Tonight while asleep travel to Marseille (back in France). Bye for now! My coffee's just coming! Love to all. ...
... were completely worn out from the traveling. After we woke up, we went for a walk and found a supermarket, so we decided to buy groceries for the week and went home to make dinner. So we made some fish and pasta with our bakery bread on the side, and it was very good. After dinner, we FaceTimed our parents, and watched a little bit of Harry Potter before going to bed around 11:30. It was a very tired day, and we wanted to get some good sleep before our first real day in Valencia. ...
... that's not the cup of a carpenter'. Enough religion for now, what about some history. The archaeological museum tells the story of the city from its foundation by the Romans, it sacking also by the Romans, later rebuilding by the Visigoths and then subsequent Islamic and Christian phases. This final Christian period saw the construction of imposing city walls, although now only a couple of the city gates remain from the 14th and 15th centuries. However these ...
... better price here than home, and authentic of course, but they are very heavy so have given it a miss. Wide tree lined streets, parks and the pedestrianised old town. The old town is almost encircled by a park which runs like a river around it with bridges crossing it periodically, very attractive. I'm glad I've taken plenty of photos as I do wonder if some of these central old towns will blend into one! Some beautiful bells here which I haven't ...