Hotel Del Carmen
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... very good photos and panoramics, which were really useful today! After seeing that Catedral, we went to visit the Catedral de Santa Maria, which was incredible on the inside. Absolutely breathtaking. The architecture was newly restored inside, and highlighted the backdrop to the altar, which was covered by a false wall until pretty recently when it was discovered by accident. We took an audio tour, which was really helpful to get more information on what each part of the ...
... as well. This day was pretty relaxed but I did take them to the Gaudi houses on Passeig de Gracias.
Monday: Today, we started by going to La Sagrada Familia. However, my mom and Bridget had previously decided not to go inside. However upon seeing the building, they changed their minds. On Tuesday morning, we decided we would buy tickets and go to both the Picasso museum and La Sagrada Familia. After this decision, we took the metro to Park Guell. ...
... offered no tours. So…we walked!
We made our way to “old town" via the riverbed, which has been transformed into a beautiful park. The temperature was 37 degrees Celsius! SO HOT! We tried to stay under the shade whenever possible. Along the way we chatted about how Europe is not mired in the past, and embraces its future. Architecturally, one may see an art nouveau building adjacent to ...
... there are even fashion stores for pets. It's obvious that it is also important for pets to keep up with the Jones just as much as the humans. So if you are ever in Valencia and you are a pet owner you should come to this shop called, "The Dog's Cojones". Strange I didn't see "The Dog's Cosmiths" store anywhere in Valencia.
We continued to wandered through the centro historico meandering through the labyrinth of tiny streets and laneways ...
... First we went to the new city. In 1957 the Turia River overflowed and caused a lot of damage and loss of life. It was during the time of Franco and they decided to reroute the river around Valencia and away from the city. That left a dry riverbed in the middle of the city. Today it is all green space with all kinds of parks etc. On our tour we stopped at The Arts and Science Complex where we saw L'Hemisfèric, an Imax Cinema, Planetarium, ...