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... it from the beach- also amazing to almost its end, stopping at the port, harbour and marina
on the way.
We also saw belugar whales and walruses in Valencia- at the Aquarium, where we spent several hours just staring at the surroundings let alone the sea creatures. It was odd to see creatures from such cold climates in a beautiful sunny place but they seemed chipper, as did the seals at feeding time and even the dolphins in their show!!
Valencia is the home of ...
Today we departed Barcelona for Valencia. We were picked up at 8 and were on the train by 9. This a fast train which got up to 199kms and 3 hours later we were in Valancia Joaquin Sorolla which is unfortunate as our pick up was waiting at Valencia Nord but after a phone call and my excellent Spanish we were sorted and dropped out our apartment. My excellent Spanish did not extend to contacting Fernando who was to meet us at the apartment to check us in. However after ...
... and enjoy a nice lunch and nap. It is commonly considered disrespectful and rude to rush through a meal. Every crumble of food should be devoured and enjoyed. The concept of taking home the leftovers is not well established. In general, the dining atmosphere is a lot more slow-paced in Portugal and Spain and that is because it creates a familiar and personal atmosphere that enables the individual to enjoy what they are ...
... write them and then call in on the post office, which was also on the sightseeing tour for its impressive architecture. It was only after John realised that he couldn’t addresses off the top of his head that the plan fell down. We went to the post office anyway to admire its beautiful glass dome.
It was then off to the Mercado de Colon; a recently renovated building now housing cafes, restaurants and craft type stalls. ...
... These mascletas are set off every day between the 23rd and the 19th of March at 2pm in La Plaza de Ayuntamiento. The day ends at Los Torres De Serranos at 7:30 pm with the opening ceremony of the festival, called La Crida (the creed). At the ceremony, there is performances, lights, welcome from the governor and head fallera, mascletas and lots of fireworks.
What is Fallas about? Fallas is a festival in memory of Saint Joseph, although ...
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