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... br> We finally made it to Valencia after 7 hours of riding in a bus.
We learned that Valencia's people speak Spanish with a slightly different dialect similar to Catalan, but they don't like to be told that it is similar to Catalan. We saw the old Turia river bed that is completely dried out. We learned that the bat is the symbol of the city, and that it is the 3rd largest city in Spain.
We saw several areas of the ...
We have never really explored the section of coast between Calpe and Tarragona so we headed back down to the coast to Valencia. It is an interesting city which has had a number of make overs. Back in the mid 1950's the river Turia flooded the city badly. With much determination the city decided to divert the river from its present course. This was no small job as the river is almost as big as the Thames. We're not sure how long it took but the city was then left ...
... a un restaurante para probar paella.
Pedimos paella de mariscos, y fue fantástico. Todos los mariscos fueron tan
frescos, y mientras cenamos, había varios músicos en la calle, y era muy
tranquilo. Después de cenar, fuimos por gelato italiano, en un sitio clasificado
muy alto. Quizás fue aun más delicioso que el gelato que tomé en Roma. Fue la
manera perfecta para terminar nuestro viaje en Alicante. ¡Un día más!
... joined us and gave an excellent tour. The entire place teems with history.
Muslims constructed it during the 9th century and called it Banu-lQatil. Castillan forces captured it in 1248, and
they changed its name to its present title. Several different periods of
history are represented here. The site´s slopes are studded with archeological
remains from the Bronze Age, Iberian Age, and Roman times. We also saw one
section of ...
... s a townhouse in the outskirt of Valencia. Carmen, the owner, welcomed us with their cute puppies. (Yes, I was happy. :)) We dropped off our luggage, rested a little, and decided to drive down to the beach for dinner. It was supposed to be just a 15 minutes drive, but of course it took us about 30 minutes. Oh well. We found an outside table in one of the seaside restaurants and enjoyed the last bits of sunlight and food. It was a ...