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R&R was MUCH needed after a wild five nights in Barcelona, so while Valencia is well-known for its vibrant nightlife, we paid the paella-capital and Spain's third largest city a 'gentle' overnight visit. Per usual, we meandered the streets, taking in Valencia's plazas, markets, and tapas bars, and hit up the beach to snap a few photos of Spain' …
... work-out, just walking a lot everyday isn't helping my physique.
Finally, I can turn my focus back to photography. Well, I'm also content that I now have more suitable clothing for the weather and for going out at night. I only brought 1 dressy dress and didn't expect to be going out more than 1x per week. So now I can look a little more put together. Thank goodness for the weather, everything is really lightweight and compressible. Or I just might have to ...
I woke up this morning and left Darren sleeping and went out. I walked around past a few travel agent kind of shops and went into one where the guy spoke English and asked about my options for getting to Valencia that day. There were a few options, but the easiest one was fully booked, so he recommended I find the train station. I got directions then headed down that way. I passed the bus station first so thought I'd go check that ...
... unify the people of Valencia. It cost billions of dollar to finish. The tour guide said that they may never finish it.
Valencia is a dynamic city. The national food of Spain, Paella, was cooked up in the countryside of Valencia. We visited the old marketplace. They sell everything there as they did a long time ago. Then we moved on to the Cathedral. It’s massive and had works that are influenced by Rubens and Donatello.
We found Uncle Mike at ...
... multiple cafe's and shops along the rode. This new language thing is going to be much more challenging than I thought. I went to get a croissant after I moved in from the bakery that's stationed less than 200 feet from my apartment and I had trouble communicating with the woman! I didn't realize my spanish was this bad..they talk so fast it's ridiculous. Do I sound like that to them when speaking English? To my surprise, not too many ...
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