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... The place needs a facelift and a tummytuck, but even that might not improve the old girl. On the plus side it is only half an hour by train from Valencia and although it was cool and overcast and empty on the day we visited, I have been told that the beaches can get crowded with people in the middle of summer.
It was a really steep and winding hill that took us up to the first stop, which was the ...
... farms and indigenous habitat on a large scale, all deliberately preserved.
We located the Bioparc, which is on the list for tomorrow, and cruised back into the darkening city. I've left out the many monasteries, churches and basilicas. La la. They too are part of the expansive feel of this city. Once back at Riena we walked back through the night-time bustle of the after-work city. We hunted a supermarket successfully ... finding what you want in a ...
... raving about, and I recognize it as the first horchata stand I'd ever visited upon arrival in Valencia. What coincidence! He didn't feel strongly about horchata before, but after hearing me rave about having had a great one, he looked more into it, and have discovered for himself what the craze was all about. Yay, so glad someone likes what I like! Me gusta mucho!
Bro is so awesome, he already had looked up how to get to the Bioparc from school, and ...
... the terrace there, and with some flipping and rearranging the clothes dried in about half an hour! As I took them off, Scarlet took the space. Like a big 'fun' laundry game! When everything was finally dry (damn you denim!) we went down, grabbed some water from the vending machine and then went down for a siesta! It was a little late for your traditional siesta, but we did it anyway! We woke up around 9pm and went up to ...
... 8211; oranges, irrigation, spices and more.
After lunch we had a look through the old town and followed a path painted on the pavement which linked the 4 churches. Unfortunately only one of them was open – the cathedral. It is all about the timing and we have not been getting that right at the moment.
Some of you may want to skip this next paragraph on bull fighting.
Then it was off in search of the ...