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Travel Blogs from Valencia
So this morning I woke up at 5 AM from the jet lag! It was pretty annoying since I didn't have much to do/see that early in the morning. I did have a not so friendly visitor(s) that bit me! Yes. I have about 10 bug bites on my body including my face..
When my parents woke up, we ate breakfast and went on a city bus tour. The double decker bus took us through out Valencia and had a final stop in the "old" section of the city. The outskirts of the sold part of ...
After school, I made my way home...of course, being distracted along the way like I do everyday and took some random pictures. At home, dinner was going to be served soon. My host lady prepared a rice dish. Didn't ask her for the name, but the taste and texture reminded me of this chinese rice thing that's wrapped in a giant leaf. The rice had a stickiness to it. It was a very comforting dish. Thankfully not overly salty. At dinner, I learned that 4 Italian ...
... water which has been of great relief and cost saving in the hot weather. We got a #4 bus to the city centre (Place de la Reinne). About a 20/25 minute ride for €1.50 each. Three quarters of the drive was through relatively bland streets with faded paint and uninteresting facades. However, the last quarter was through the old city with attractive smart older buildings with the major ones very impressive and full of character. Quite a few areas were ...
The landscape on our way to Valencia was mainly farmlands in a rich green with the occasional plowed field in brown. Now and again there were also pine forests as well as hills/mountains.
The train was a speed train with a very unusual front looking bit. I managed to get a photo when it was doing its maximum speed of 300 km per hour so if some of my landscape shots are blurry you will understand why.
We walked to our hotel which is quite a way as one has to cross the ...
... miguelete for a panoramic view of the whole city which was amazing, it was so interesting to see all the different landmarks around the city from a top view and also to hear form Marta about the stories behind some landmarks. Hundreds of stairs down again we were on the bottom floor and walked to nice busy place called Virgin Square which has a sculpture fountain of a the god Neptuno who represents the Turia river. Surrounded by 8 cloth less women ...
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