Ibis Valencia Palacio de Congresos
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... boat. Just approaching sunset as we four set off with our boatman across the freshwater lagoon, snapping birds madly as we went. I saw the kingfisher, and we all scored herons, egrets, ducks, gulls, etc. Lovely and relaxing, cool breeze after the hot day. Back to camp to catch up on the blog. Rob and Rob stopped for dinner and only just got in before they locked the ...
... really interesting to see that the city went between Muslim and Christian rule so many times that they ran out of materials to build with. So eventually they started reusing the materials they tore down, leaving walls with random statues embedded in the bricks. After the walking tour, we went to check out the central market which has been closed every other time we passed. On our way there, ...
... at the same time it was very liberating to know that they prefer not to use such environmentally dangerous things, maybe that’s why it’s much cleaner here than at home.
After the central market, came the Cathedral, where the Holy Grail can be seen. Of course there was some skepticism because there is no way to know that the Holy Grail is the actual Holy Grail, but apparently this one is Vatican approved, so it must be the actual one, or so they say. I ...
... then watching them burn during La Crema.
6) The first night I stayed out past 6 am
7) Eating paella in El Palmar - the birth place of Paella
8) Learning to make Sangria and Paella, aka the Paella cooking competition in the middle of the streets during Fallas.
9) El Nit de Foc and La Mascleta - some of the most incredible fireworks I have ever seen (parts of Fallas here in Valencia)
10) Seeing my first circus (excluding FSU)
... 12 kilometres. On our way home we walked past the Palau and to my surprise I saw a PwC building just behind it. I had written off Valencia as having nothing to see or do, but David informed me that behind Barcelona and Madrid, it is Spain's 3rd largest commercial centre. Not to mention I had thoroughly enjoyed exploring it the whole day. Don't judge a book by its cover indeed. Best moment: Fallas museum Worst moment: no street parties for me Fave photo: arts & science ...