Hotel Marina Atarazanas
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... to join in with the local custom of siesta. We walk back past the cathedral & go in to view the free part. Back to the hotel for a snooze. After which we decide to catch the bus to the nearest beach. It has sand! Very flat & the water is about 26 degrees. Once again we can't leave valuables on the beach so Grant swims & I lay on the sand after checking out the beach markets. A long strip of markets cheap towels, bikinis, shoes, souvenirs, bags ...
... that followed; something which no human being should ever have happen to them. The way in which media chose to report things immediately, yes, I understand totally, however when family members and loved ones find out these issues by reading a newspaper or online news it really is sickening. The news this week hit me hard for many reasons, apart from the obvious. It affected me that such devastation could literally happen at any given time, and that you should always ...
... is held where close to a thousand people gather to listen about the importance of Catholicism. The speakers boom with the sound of a priest or a member of the clergy of one of the churches nearby talking about faith. This raised a question in my head. Are Spaniards really religious or is faith more of a cultural part of their society that has been engrained in so many of the members of the Valencian community that it is more a part of who they are than ...
... many dogs in Valencia which is very interesting considering most Valencians live in apartments. This means lots of dogs out on the streets being walked and lots of business being done. Most of the time it gets picked up by their owners but some land mines still exist, so being aware of where you are stepping is crucial.
It's very flat here so walking is very pleasant. On Tuesday we ventured into the main centre of ...
Here are some photos from our travels today. We drove past some orange farms, as well as some other vegetable crops. Travelling through the city on our way home from volunteering we went past; the Oceanogrāfic of the City of Arts and Sciences, which is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains representatives of the worlds main marine ecosystems, the science ...