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... art in the small but lovely Picasso museum. We joined the locals in a bar to watch el classico – the annual soccer game between Madrid and Barcelona, the rivalry, especially given the tensions between Catalan and the rest of Spain.
Halloween has been on the horizon but we didn’t quite know how it would play out. We found pumpkins to carve in the hyper-huge-supermarket, and the boys put together costumes from items in ...
... big truck with a big hose and a group of you at a time got hosed down! Because there were so many people it was hard to even get to the hose so I ended up giving up with tomato still everywhere in my hair. We had to wait forever for our bus to get home in the ridiculous heat so the tour we booked wasn't really that good because I was so unorganised! But eventually we got back to Valencia and put some shoes on (because Adrian threw his out and mine were covered ...
... We passed Gulliver Park which contains a 70 meter long Gulliver that kids can climb on like the Lilliputians. Madness!
We eventually came upon the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciéncies. Architecturally, it's a crazy, modern, futuristic type building with an IMAX, planetarium and another cool things. We walked around but didn't go in. Another time, for sure! We could have continued on to the largest aquarium in Europe but I needed tissues, ...
... pricey last-minute tickets! 55 Euros. Sadly, I was notified that they were out of t-shirts for the event, but they can make the 1 sangria into 2!! Haha, I know, I don't drink much. Buzzkill. I am.
I go to class. And the teacher is there. And he looks at me and his watch and says en espanol, let's start. What? It was just me and him. OMG, yeah! private lesson for the price of group classes! Door opens, oh, my only classmate shows up late. :( The other ...
... architecture around, with plenty of churches, statues, fountains, the historical Lonja building, and some old castley-tower type thingys. And the central market, while not being as mind-blowing as Barcelona's, was still pretty impressive. And yes, I did try some Valencia oranges. They were aight. And there's a park that runs through the city, along the course of a former river bed, which is really ...