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... last day of the festival they burn ALL OF THEM at midnight. No wonder Spain is in so much debt... They also had fireworks at 2pm every day, which shook the ground and blocked out the sun with smoke. St Paddy's Day (smack bang in the middle of the four days) was quite celebration of pub crawls and drinking games. And bright and early the next day the Spanish started up a parade of marching bands to soothe our sore ...
... the hill to where the tour buses queued. All along the route, were small piles of clothes and shoes soaked in tomato, abandoned, as the owner had changed into something dry and clean. The bus ride back was quiet as everyone was exhausted from this crazy event. The bus reeked and a shower in the hotel was never more welcomed.
We took advantage of a well-earned siesta and then made our way by taxi to the old quarter to take part in the evening stroll ...
Spain is a country that is divided in to seventeen autonomous regions. While many of these regions do not stray too far away from the national Spanish identity, there are some, such as the Galicians, Basques, and Catalans, that seem to have their own specific cultures that cannot be replicated or even touched upon in other part of the country. Among these three regions, perhaps none have had as prominent and vocal of a separatist idealism than the Catalans. They believe ...
... so I went on my balcony and caught the tail end of a fireworks show. Apparently Valencia is known for their fireworks so it was cool to see. There were a few other room that had the same idea of sitting on their balconies to watch!
Monday, after my Spanish class, I met mom at her hotel. We had lunch at a cute cafe on the way to the City of Arts and Sciences which is the really modern building that shows up immediately when you google Valencia. The architecture ...
... than proximity to Valencia, about 6 kms out, There is some highway noise and no views or beaches, but it is very peacefully laid out with very clean and comfortable washrooms, and a good little laundry facility. Their regular rate is over 30 Euro, but in this off-season, the 18 Euro charge is quite satisfactory.
Tomorrow we plan to strike off inland toward Madrid. We are a little sad to leave the warm weather of the coast, but we need to get to Madrid to work on our Saudi ...
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