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... for its paella. We pre-ordered seafood paella and spent the afternoon enjoyed a sumptuous feast of paella washed down with a large jug of Sangria. Fully sated, we made our way back to Plaza de la Reina to try out the second bus tour that takes you further afield to the City of Arts and Sciences, the Port and beach area. We returned to our abode and Jack spent the evening icing his ankle and keeping it elevated. Our last day in Valencia was spent ...
... the main street. All it did was create a lot of noise and a lot of smoke. I've no idea what it was meant to achieve, but traffic started flowing again shortly after so I guess it was a success. It may have had something to do with the large group of children carrying musical instruments I came across a block later, but who knows.
I've only had a quick walk around tonight as the sun went down (at around 10:00pm - that will take some getting used ...
... I really do like the fact I went vegetarian and I think I made the right decision. After this, it was time for something. Don't remember exactly since I've been neglecting this travel app! What I do know is that I had reservations for Copenhagen at 9PM sharp. I arrived, enjoyed my meal again and meet some locals who were going to check out the fireworks. Sorry, not tonight. It's raining and cold and it's at 1:30? No ...
... boat. Just approaching sunset as we four set off with our boatman across the freshwater lagoon, snapping birds madly as we went. I saw the kingfisher, and we all scored herons, egrets, ducks, gulls, etc. Lovely and relaxing, cool breeze after the hot day. Back to camp to catch up on the blog. Rob and Rob stopped for dinner and only just got in before they locked the ...
... Then we spent another 45 minutes to figure out how to exit the lot. After that, we had to go back and pick up the luggage from our hotel. Though the kids were excited to ride in a car again, John was a bit nervous about driving something the size of a UPS van around cities designed by Romans with streets that were put in during the Model T era. Nonetheless, we plugged the Valencia address in the Garmin that Martin Gair gave us (it specifically ...