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The end of the day now, a few more shopping stops and then some dinner and back to the hotel. We ate in the 'Placa de la Seu' or the place of the virgin. It is one of the main squares in the old city and has the Turia fountain named for the river and has eight maidens showing the eight parts of the river.
This is the main place where the Valencians hold their main festival of 'Las Fallas'. It is pronounced fi-yas. Spanish. ...
One of the highlights of this trip has been the location of our apartments. Avenida Suecia cerca a la Mestalla has allowed me to observe more than a few cultural dynamics of Valencia, Spain. One of the most integral parts of the culture in Spain is the religion- more specifically the Catholic faith. I was fooled into thinking that the Mestalla was just a place where soccer matches are held. Almost weekly, there is some type of an evangelical Catholic ...
... that the plants were not in the green house because of the conditions, they grow fine in the natural conditions of the area, but there are many rats in the area so they need to be protected.
We left with our seeds and went back to Tancat where Tahlia, the boys and I pruned the trees. It was barely land conservation and more maintenance but it didn't matter. We have really enjoyed ...
Today I took it easy. I started the day with my favorite breakfast: tostada con mantequilla y crema de chocolate, te, y yogur, toast with butter and chocolate spread, tea, and yogurt. The tea was really soothing on this cooler day. Fina, the owner of the flat, is the kindest lady. Since learning that I enjoyed tea for breakfast, she's gone out to by other herbal flavors. And since learning I liked plain yogurt, she had gone out to buy a ...
... the pleasant view of a dazzling place; leaving you with the many great memories of this chapter of your life."
Valencia, full of coincidences. Well for starters while on route to Valencia, on the coach, I met two Mexicans, which lived in Barcelona after migrating to Spain a couple of years ago. It was nice to meet fellow compatriots haha. Both men were married, but were somehow the typical Mexican cheaters, as through the whole coach journey, they talked ...