Travel Blogs from Valencia
... around a bit for food and stumbled upon a supermarket. We got some snacks as we weren't super hungry and made our way back to the train station to go find our luggage at the airport. We had to wait around for a while but finally the flight came in and we were reunited with our luggage. So excited to get home and lay down we got back on the train that went directly to Benimaclet. We got home and couldn't open the door to our ...
... from a bunch of people with a stall who were dancing around and having a great time, then followed the mob of red soaked people up the street. We got our bearings and still had a bit of time before the bus so we headed back down the street and Darren lined up for a kebab while I ducked in and got some food from the bakery. We met a couple of Japanese girls and got some €1 beers from a local who probably had just bought a slab and was selling them on the street, ...
... formations and looks. Some seem to lack organization.
Next up, walking to another point near the city center. My goal today is to make some discoveries, but mostly new food discoveries. I did find a nontouristy place for lunch today. Nobody spoke English, but were so kind to try to communicate with me. There were only 2 other patrons there. So excited! This is at least an authentic place because according to guide info no real Spanish place serves lunch ...
To the first place I'd put a huuuge bear, that's meeting you up straight at the train station. As being Estonian-Russian, I completely fell for him, but to some people he might look scary or else what.
In case you hate colors, rainbows and sun - Valencia is not for you. Valencia is formed whether by plenty of tiny colorful houses or huge and impressive sandy castles. Green houses are hugging the red ones, red ones are giving their ...
... This is an amazing little museum that looks at bullfighting in Valencia. Very cheap to enter, it had a number of the costumes some of the better known bull fighters wore dating back to the 1920s. It appears there were a number of different people involved in a bullfight; the Picadors (horsemen who initially lances the bull), the Banderillero (put colourful sticks in the bull) and the Matador de Toros (killer of bulls). The purpose of the ...
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