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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 …
When I was in Valencia last weekend there was a market that my friend and I decided to go to. As we maneuvered our way through the huge crowd of people, inhaling more cigarette smoke than I have ever inhaled in my life, I noticed something that I haven't really seen very often before. The people in that huge crowd seemed to be a mix of people, many were tourists, but there were also many locals. As we walked up to a table selling jewelry we saw a few people who were ...
It had been raining in Madrid since I returned from my wonderful girls' weekend in Portugal and consequently, I was feeling a little down and missing home. Some of my flatmates suggested renting a car and driving due east to Valencia and then down the coast to Malaga. I needed a change of scenery and some serious sunshine, so it sounded like a good idea to m. Time for another adventure!!! We took off around 2:00pm on Tuesday and after a long, ...
... Today we left our hotel at 9:30 and Oscar our driver was kind enough to stop the bus at the beach for about 20 minutes. We took pictures and some of our group dipped their feet in the water. As for me, I only dipped my fingers. To my surprise the water wasn't as warm as one would expect. After a two hour ride we arrived in ...
... Girl spoke to the waiter and asked for directions to the Castell de Xativa. He told her in limited English (and with plenty of hand actions) that you had to walk and it closed at 6pm. They walked up the street and found a council map on a street sign and looked at the zig zag route. Off they set around the first corner and it was then that they looked up, it was going to be a long steep walk.
Video Girl and Battery Boy made their way through ...