Hotel Jardines Del Turia
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Dry riverbed, turned into a great park
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... of call. As we wait outside, (it is so small that you can have only 2 or 3 people in there at once), we discuss what to do or see. Even asking people what to do in Valencia, there is not a lot said about this city. There is a small tour group leaving in an hour so we buy our tickets and get a map. As the walk from this square to the other square takes only 10minutes, we have enough time to get a drink and a comfort stop. Cervesa and a San ...
... much deeper meaning to the community presently. Although some may still observe the tradition of resting on Sunday as a religious practice, many more just regard it as a fact of their community, a cultural piece of Spain.
I suppose both sides of the argument are valid. Religion in Spain is both based on faith and true devotion to Christianity and also a cultural part of Spanish communities. Which one it leans towards more is still something I am unsure ...
... this tower at 1 o'clock.
To be standing under a bell the size of a family sedan chiming twelve times was too much. This aside, once we got our hearing back and our ears stopped bleeding we enjoyed the panoramic views of Valencia.
After ascending and descending the bell tower, Battery Boy continued to complain about blisters on his feet. Video Girl suspected that he just wanted to buy another pair of shoes. Battery Boy can be such ...
... check the time, and OMG! It was 4:30 in the morning! The place was still packed with no sense of it simmering down. This is how the Spanish parties. I was told the party doesn't end till 4-7. This is so true. People were coming in as we were heading out. The group was worn down from all the drinking, a few had left early already, so we hailed a cab home. No one was visibly drunk...or should I say, lost composure, so I felt good. May return to this place, but would like to see others.
We had a long drive ahead of us to get to Valencia. And what a beautiful drive it was. It started with an amazing coastline drive between Malaga and Granada The water and sky was so blue. Tried to take a few pics from the van window, but they just can't do it justice. We drove past a snowy mountain, then up, and up even further, past a gorgeous colored river to Granada. After Granada, (I think it might still have been part of Granada), we drove past some ...