Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel
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... 31st. On April 5th, we planned on returning to Madrid to meet up another Winnipegger that has been exploring Europe. We had six days that we could go anywhere we pleased and no one to answer to but each other. Moritz was in a similar situation, so we decided the three of us would travel somewhere together. We searched for hostels and apartments in all the obvious tourist destinations. Toledo, Granada, Selville, Malaga ... everything that was ...
... something, it came out as something else, but it was pretty good and it came with a drink, so all is well. It is just that there is nothing that looks like being of interest. I know the old centre is to the left, so we head that direction. We se an old church and then the Mercat Central, although it is closed, the days trade can be distinguished as the smell of the fish market is unmistakeable. Anne sees a traveller and asks where we get a map ...
... arrived consisting of fresh orange juice, jamon and tomato tostada, coffee and an apple pastry. The breakfast of Spanish Champions.
Video Girl and Battery Boy left the hotel. It was already 24 degrees as they wandered off into the streets of Valencia towards the historic centre.
Valencia is a modern and vibrant city where the people appear to be very conscious of their appearance and are extremely fashionable in their day to ...
... eels and swordfish, which I rarely come across in America, but the Spanish have no quorums about selling them for profit. The people in the market also had one sole mission, and that is to sell, sell, sell, and they were willing to bargain to a suitable price that would make them a profit and you could afford, which I for one appreciated. On the train ride to Valencia, there was nothing more than country side and a big water reservoir that I noticed, and so I knew the food ...
... 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)