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... the city. I found out later that it is actually the third largest city in Spain, so that probably has something to do with it. I was also surprised by the seamless mix of the modern and the historical that was present throughout the entire city. Of course, the surprise meal we had at Yuso is thrown in there too (which I thoroughly enjoyed and I will definitely be having more surprise meals in further travels). Valencia was definitely my favorite city in Spain.
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My espanol is so bad. I need like 6 more months here to get to some conversational level. The 1 on 1 is not enough. Not enough time and not structured enough, and best of all, no homework! Well, it is my last week here and I do want to spend my time as a tourist. And I did take advantage of having more free time. I visited 2 attractions today!
First I went to the Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas. I saw the pics online some days ago ...
... only song I knew was the one by the White Stripes and so we all joined in humming the melody and sometimes singing Ole ole ole. Someone got close to the ham on the pole and everyone roared with encouragement but he fell and the ham remained at the top. At about 10:30am I could see a truck at the end of our street and as it turned towards us I could see tomatoes being thrown in every direction!! We started to get excited and nervous and as the truck approached us we split up along ...
... days, where we saw the Team New Zealand base. Las Arenas is a huge beach lined with restaurants which are famous for their Paella. Valencia is where the famous Spanish dish comes from so we chose one and ordered. We ordered the Valencia Paella which turned out to be chicken and vegetable and not seafood at all! It was pretty good, especially washed down with a jug of Sangria. I quite like Valencia. It has a good atmosphere and is surprisingly clean for a European ...
... some lunch and fruit for the day. We have enjoyed all of the markets we have been to so far, especially in Spain. Everything is very cheap, there is massive choice and it is cool to see all of the local produce. A highlight of the Mercado markets would have to be the seafood section. There are rows upon rows of stalls offering every single variety that you can imagine. All parts of the animal or fish are also offered, including heads, eyeballs, intestines, genitals and ...
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