Petit Palace Bristol
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Got my moring run in this day along the beach again and picked up some sand along the way. Then too 7 am train to Valencia. Toured everything we could in its old town. Valencia cathedral is pretty cool ans supposedly had the holy grail there. Went up its tower too. Very long spiral staircase up it. Went to the two things Valencua most known for next. Oceanographic is a very nice and well ...
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We've been hearing about Fallas since we made the decision to make Valencia our home for the year. This festival is famous and infamous throughout Spain for its crowds, noise and smoke. Fallas has its roots in pagan rites of spring -- where burning signaled rebirth and purification. Somewhere along the way, a tradition of dressing up ...
... a look around, it was very quiet so we found a wee restaurant and had a really good paella and a traditional potato, egg, ham and mayo starter, not that we needed it. It was amazing and the waiter was so happy to show us how it should be eaten mashing all the egg up in with it.
Something a bit different for us today, we decided to do a biking tour as we had not quite got round to doing one while we were in Barcelona ...
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We got back to the base and the bird ringing people were tagging birds and a school group was just about to get in by boat. Tahlia and I helped with the bird ringing. They put up nets around the reserve to catch the birds in the area and identify which direction they are travelling through the reserve. We were lucky enough to be there when they caught a pair of rare birds to the area. It was ...
Started the day with some culture with a visit to the Centre de Carme. It's an old gothic building with some artwork and modern art in it. Everything was not in English so I didn't learn anything about what I saw.
After another wonderful class with my most awesome instructor, Maria, I was at a loss as to how to spend the rest of the day. I liked not having plans! Right outside school, I ran into Miriam and Dorian. They had a plan to visit the Torre ...