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... before attending to some needed domestic tasks before finally making our way into the older quarter of Valencia with a plan to delve deep into the past with a descent into the site of former Roman quarters. Mind you, this part of the journey took longer than expected after we passed a quaint leather shop just up the road. J has been keen to but me a wallet for my recent cumpleanos and was also in the market for a belt for who knows who. We entered a true artisan ...
... to Rome. Because of its sites and history, Rome experiences a lot of tourism and thus a lot of money to upkeep its cities to keep tourism coming back. Thus, one of the things Rome lacks is graffiti. Itīs not completely devoid of graffiti, however it is not overpowering.
The last capital that I visited was Athens, Greece, and this capital was by far the most shocking to me. When most people think of Greece they think of white washed ...
... town in summer when Europe is on holidays. So adios Valencia - May your economy and sleeping patterns improve and may you work out what that damn awful smell in some shops and restaurants is. (Jake says it's the sewer system and it is 100 times worse in summer) Tomorrow we catch the fast train to Madrid then on to Dubai and home. Here's hoping they sell horchata at the train station! See you in 3 weeks in New York Jacob - I love you and miss you ...
Day 8 We packed up our bags and prepared for another travel day. We took a bus to Ibiza city through an olive vineyard! We found Ibiza city to be very local with not as much to see or do as San Antonio. We made our way to the airport and flew to Valencia. Upon arriving we got settled into our new hostel. We then walked, and walked and walked. Since I got to Spain, I have been looking for a Barcelona soccer jersey. I finally ...
... sectioned titled "What I wish I knew about Valencia when I arrived." It covered buses, to cheap places to eat, to activities, to groceries. It was super helpful, and such a stress reliever!!
At the end we all had a rooftop view of the the Palau de les Arts and got to meet one another. I definitely made lots of new people, and there isn't one person that I haven't disliked! So I have a good feeling this is going to be a good year ;)