NH Las Artes
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Finally got to get the bikes out and what a ride it was. Valencia is a very cycle friendly place and there was a two lane cycle track the whole way in to the city. We followed the route along the front and stopped for a drink. We got talking to an interesting guy who had cycled to the beach to go foraging. He explained how to cook and store his finds. We also saw some really colourful birds and he explained they were very expensive racing pigeons. It is a big ...
... and the crowds swell and gather before hand to listen. It seems in Spain noise is always part of the celebration.
We spent the weekend seeing many of the local sights, their market, churches, of course the Ninots and the more modern part of Valencia, the City of Arts and Science. We especially enjoyed the aquarium.
No matter what time of the year you visit, it is a beautiful city!
... party in the wharf which was pretty cool. I ended up leaving James early (he'd met with friends he went Croatia sailing with) and got a taxi back with some tour guides and then made my was back to my friends at Gekhos. Once I got there we went and checked out a few other bars. I ended up getting back to the hotel at at about 4am knowing we had to leave the hostel at 6:30am, James had made the intelligent decision and was already in bed when I got ...
... the big paseo that runs through the city, but we managed to oversleep and spent too much time at breakfast. So we skipped our planned morning stroll and drove north toward Barcelona instead. Just outside Valencia I threw our “schedule” (I use this term VERY loosely) out the window and told John to take the exit for the beach. I had the kids’ suites in the back, so we had them strip in the van and run to the beach. The weather could ...
Europe's public transportation is unrivaled in the world. Whether it be a bus, a metro stop, or a taxi, there's always a way to get around the city. With that being said, I've used all three forms of transportation on a regular basis. However, when getting around the inner city of Valencia, I find that the buses are most convenient. It's always an adventure getting on a bus, it's something that I don't do often in Atlanta, well, except for catching a bus on campus. I find bus ...