Vincci Palace Valencia
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... and maybe some appetizers and then wait another five to ten minutes for drinks to arrive. Appetizers will follow within twenty to twenty-five minutes. Then, you finally order your main course. That takes an additional thirty minutes to arrive. After you finish eating, give it at least a good twenty-five minutes for the check to arrive and be taken care of. The waiting staff is also very lax in Portugal and Spain. ...
... was open. I was certainly beginning to love Spain! The next few days were spent between the beach, casually eating paella and enjoying the Spanish sun and wandering the city. Enjoying some fine modern art, including a brilliant photo exhibition about the struggles of transvestites in Brazil. Watching a nice game of cricket in the sun and enjoying the cultural centre, which is one of the most beautiful man made areas I've ...
... for churros for dessert (so fresh and hot) and ate them while in line. The ferris wheel provided some great views of the city, from the beach and Mediterranean Sea on one side to the countryside and and where the lights stopped, the mountains on the otherside. It really showed how beautiful the city was.
Valencia surprised me in so many ways. I was surprised, and frankly shocked, by how beautiful the city was and how much stuff there was to do and ...
... weeks. Let's hope this one does better then its' predecessor.
I quickly had to adjust to "old person" time, as Nonni woke me up just after 7am, to go down to breakfast. This is probably the first time I have eaten breakfast in over a week, with usually lunch being our first meal.
We then hit the road, as Nonni and Pa had hired a car. We really didn't have a destination planned, but had planned to drive around the Alps and find a nice place to stay ...
... sculptures and dioramas made of chocolate. The coolest part to me is that our entrance tickets were wrapped around thin, flat chocolate bars that we could eat once we were inside!
When we were finished there, we made our way by several trains to an even more beautiful part of Valencia, the centro where the architecture is much older. We checked in with our new hosts, a pair of young architects who have a lovely and comfortable place for us to stay. The kids chose it ...