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Today we went to the Oceanographic. It was very nice and bigger than I expected. They had the usual sections, from marine, to fresh, to tropical to mammals, look at the photos. But what most saddened me was a small exhibit of bird, with a huge Bold Eagle. These birds were not contained in a cage, but were placed on a small tree stop and both legs were tied to the stomp. The ...
... almost as bad, but they sit there waving their fingers at one another as they talk, all at the same time.
It was good value though. For about $5 for the train trip, once we got there we all got picked up and driven around the town in four big coaches to see different museums. Cullera is a beach town which is popular with the Spanish, but is looking a bit rundown and has hundreds of for sale signs on the balconies of ...
... s i.e. way over the top ), but nothing that a good coat of paint couldn't fix.
I thought after seeing the Arts and Sciences building that I might have peaked too early in my blogs of Valencia and maybe I had run out of cool places to go, but yesterday I ran into this little gem of a place that has it all. It was formally the Palacio of the Marques of Valencia , but was given to the city and is now the Valencia Museum of Ceramics. It sounds boring doesn't it, but it ...
Ladies and gentleman fallas has officially begun, and I must say I am EXCITED! Although I will not be drinking, I am excited for the non-stop parties, incredible sculptures, millions of people, fireworks and of course THE FIRE.
So, for the official fallas festival I have been attempting to do as much as possible. First, I went to the Ninot Exposition, La Crida and Las Mascletas (see previous post). I have to admit, this ...
... only had us to keep an eye on for most of our visit. Police on foot patrol have been quite noticeable. Later in the afternoon John decided to explore some more while I caught up on some reading. He went to see the green space that has been developed along a dry riverbed. The water has been diverted. Mind you most of the rivers we crossed between Barcelona and Valencia were dry. All in all a lovely city centre with some really interesting ...