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Travel Blogs from Valencia
... for the "metro". Looking for a train station and an underground passage we are left with a tram system that they call the metro. We buy two tickets and when the tram arrives we hop on. After a quick journey we get off and when we try to scan our tickets nothing happens. The gates don’t open. Scan and scan again, nothing. So I sneak in behind some old fat guy and get through and then briony follows a second later. Once we were free a train inspector sets me ...
... fiestas differ throughout Spain. Pamplona is most famous for it’s "running of the bulls" in which the citizens run through the streets leading to the bullfighting ring, chased closely by a pack of angry toros. In The Sun Also Rises, the setting is just that: a background for a complex and somewhat depressing love story. It’s fitting that it should take place in Spain, as a story ...
... hockey game we headed back to the Mercodona and stocked up on dinner, breakfast and lunch. And we had ourselves a little dinner feast. The day had wound down and we got ready for tomorrow. We would be leaving Valencia and heading to Barcelona, the last of our Spanish trip. Valencia is a nice city but it really is just another city to us. There were a couple nice things here but we are more small town dwellers, but I still wouldn't have missed it here.
... internationals. We had mussels for the first time, I didn't mind them but Tahlia was not the biggest fan. There were potatoes with chilli and garlic sauce (Spanish chilli is pretty much tomato sauce), a tuna salad with tiny bread sticks, vegetables and calamari. There were a few of the internationals that do not live near the sea in their country and had never seen or tried mussels and calamari before. It was ...
What an early morning we have, wake at four and attempt to put a face on just for it to be wiped off again in a mass throwing of tomatoes. We had a taxi booked and ready to pick us up and take us to the bus at four thirty. By the time we arrived at LaTomatina it was around five am and still dark. We ventured off to attempt to find our wrist passes for the day, didn't take us too long and we were lining up and waiting for them to open. Once at the front of the Que they ...
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