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A hot day in Valencia with tops of 39. We walked to the closest bus stop for the hop on hop off bus and we were off. Valencia is so pretty with wide main streets all tree-lined making it feel cooler, and there is a breeze. We got off at Plaza de la Reina and the girls had their first horchata and farton in Santa Catalina horchataria. ...
... rights activists, it is undoubtedly true that Catalan nationalists had a hand in ridding the autonomous community of something so quintessentially Spanish. Interestingly enough, the ban only covered bullfights by toreros, who kill the bull in the end. Running with bulls in the streets, the Catalan tradition of correbous, remains legal and active in the region.
After reading up on the history of bullfighting ...
... to the point of enhanced patient monitoring is years upon years away from being realized. According to Gartner’s scale of inflated expectations, “big data” analytics is at least ten years away in the United States. The lack of interoperability between providers’ systems leaves the available data pool too small for impactful analysis.
... end of the street was the Falla for the Musafa district, and I must say, it was incredible. Beautifully crafted, it was the size of a 4 story building and featured a native Aztec man and women and beautiful creatures surrounding it. I still can't believe they are going to set the whole thing on fire.
Today was the PAELLA COOKING COMPETITION. Sadly enough, I did not eat paella, but I had an absolute blast cooking ...
... and facades.
The jewel in the crown is the amazing Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias, designed by local boy made good, Santiago Calatrava. It has five buildings stretching over a huge area of the old riverbed, each of them structurally unique engineering wonders! Glass, steel, ceramics, mosaics, surrounded by fountains, waterworks, sidewalks and green ...