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A small sleep in this morning and as we are now in the Mediterranean, no more rocking and creaking as the ship sails through the night. We had breakfast and watched the Spanish coast on our port side from our balcony. The port of Valencia is large, the pilot was aboard very easily and the berthing of the ship was well done and interesting to watch as the ship had to be negotiated through 2 groins.
... and sporting areas. They have placed their zoo on a piece, the Arts and Science centre on a part as well, but is it finished? that is up to an opinion. Some places are very well done and maintained, but there are some parts that just look like they need something to finish it off. The Arts centre is a massive building made of cement and a bit of glass. It looks interesting in the architecture of the building, but being an Arts and Science centre, you ...
... complete wrong direction for 10 minutes. We at least got to see some more of the city ha ha. The desire for food is insatiable by the time we get back but we head and have a shower first as we are so damn sweaty. We settle on some donar kebabs fir tea and I get a 1 litre beer for 2 euro. It was a fantastic meal which we ate sitting on our balcony reading our books.
When we wake up on the second day the heat is incredible already. The temperature never ...
... community is a representation of the religious significance of Catholicism to people in Spain. Other examples of the religious fervor that Spaniards have are visual. I have seen countless number of rosaries hanging from the mirrors of cab drivers, pictures of the Virgin Mary placed outside the windows of people's homes, and religious figurines in the door of restaurants and cafes. This is a testament to how deeply involved in the lives of these ...
... one involved chanting and the other involved people laying around a central area. Not completely sure on the reason for either of them but it made the squares very busy. The old town really just had food and shops like many other cities we had been in but it was a relaxed atmosphere.
At one point we did find the market which was pretty cool. The inside was beautiful, and huge! There were more food carts then I thought possible, giant ...