The Westin Valencia
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This was a loonnnnnnnng day on the bus. With 6 groups of travelers fromCalifornia all the way to Pennsylvania and Minnesota to Florida there are lots of people that feel they should be first- all the time. MN is Group 2 so we were the second group to board the bus to pick our seats and we were pretty close to the front and where we wanted to be. That could not be said for some of the other groups and I know that we will have our turn at being sent to the back ...
... we got a bit lost and had to scramble under some train lines and climb a few fences - but we survived - well sustained by tapas and Agua de Valencia. A beautiful smaller city. We stayed in a b&b - old tiled floors with a view over Carre de Paz which hosted 2 parades while we watched from our balcony. Wonderful ...
Lost in translation. Orange style orange is a dessert we found in Barcelona but as the Valencian orange is found from Valencia, a fitting title. We still don't know what the orange style orange was, so will always be a mystery.
The drive to Valencia was quite non-descript. A few hundred kilometres of Autovia and a few Euros for the privilege to do so. Our Valencian guide told us it is the most expensive road in Spain. and the worst kept. ...
... Barcelona! Soft sand and warm water. The beach was lined with cute stands to purchase souvenirs, clothing, food, ect. Great vibes! Of course, we couldn't miss Valencia's pub crawl. We spent Thursday night bopping around different bars and clubs in the city. It's a great way to meet other backpackers and see the city after dark. Spain's nightlife is just incredible. The party doesn't stop until the sun rises! Next stop, ...
... which is meant to look like a giant eye. The L'Umbracle is a landscaped walk with plant species indigenous to Valencia. El Museu de les Cienties Principe Felipe— Is an interactive museum of science that resembles the skeleton of a whale. It occupies around 40,000 mē on three floors. It is an amazing place. We saw other sites on each side of the old river bed. Next we went into the old city and got off the bus at the building that houses ...