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... food and drinking. You can also walk around and see the different fallas in the neighborhood. Throughout the streets, children of all ages are setting off lots of fireworks (you get used to it mostly). At night, there are the Castillos or the firework display at midnight or 1am. This is set off at the Flower Bridge. After this, there are lots of parties happening and you go and dance in the streets.
Other activities also happen during Fallas. ...
... and it is a friendly seaside holiday city. A hidden gem that surprises is Pensicola. Peniscola (just north of Valencia) is a friendly seaside town and much more relaxing. Activities on the beach, a brilliant beach boulevard and the castle floating over the water as you take a swim. (Didn't tick off any "TO DO" list items here - just nice places to ...
... France, and continues to the Cathedral where, supposedly, you can see the remains of St. James the Apostle).
But, to me, Galicia was more than the stopping point for this pilgrimage, it was the home to some of my favorite aspects of Spain: Pimientos de Padrón, Tarta de Santiago, Caldo Gallego, AMAZING seafood, and views of beautiful green mountains jutting straight up from the beaches. Even the road to get here included sites we wanted ...
Valencia: The Long Beach of Spain…
As soon as we arrived in Valencia it felt like being back home in metro Long Beach. Comparably speaking much of Spain is similar to Southern California. The Chaparral biome is abundant and the arid climate combined with a cooler coast and views of high mountains are prevalent in both places. But Valencia shared more with the Long Beach than the average Spanish city and that began with ...
... strange how your material priorities change once you have limited space.
2- Asian and European beds.
Where to start? You never realise the luxury of your own bed until you move away. You see your new bed, whether it be in a hostel or your rented room, and immediately want to belly flop onto it and...!! Ouch. It is a lot harder than it appears! Appreciate your bed- for many out there will give you pains upon waking!