Travels in Spain, Valencia Old Town

Two years ago I visited the Spanish city of Valencia.  I liked it, I liked it a lot and said that I would like to return quite quickly so this year I did just that.

Here are some new pictures.  Click on an image to scroll through the Gallery…

I did mostly the same things so instead of repeating myself you can find my previous post about Valencia here.

26 responses to “Travels in Spain, Valencia Old Town

  1. . . . don’t want to fall down those stairs . . . one would get both hurt and dizzy.

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  2. Fab photos Andrew

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  3. No way I’d go on those stairs, Got giddy just looking at them, that gate pic 7 got me, Why would they go through the trouble with all that carving whatever for a gateway? Unless it took so long to come answer the doorbell and was to keep those waiting to enter amused.
    Glad we beat them in 1588.

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    • Don’t forget 1805. I included the door picture just for you Brian!

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      • October 21st Trafalgar that was the froggies!
        I went to the Painted Hall at Greenwich on the 21st October 2005, I thought there’d be some big celebration going on, but no they apparently had it in June when they had the summers day. The hall was being set up for a big dinner though, the Duke of York was to be top man there, Thought they might have asked me to join them , I could have given them some RN history lessons.

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      • They had a lot of help from the Spanish on that occasion!

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  4. Ah valencia is family.but you should have listen To Elton Jones !!! ON Europe.

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  5. I like that door! Very steam punk!

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  6. What a beautiful place!

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  7. I love Valencia!! Great pictures as always.

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  8. Wonderful photos Andrew! Sao Jorge is absolutely serene and beautiful 😍💕

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  9. I haven’t been for awhile! Time for a visit. I used to be there every 3 weeks. Beautiful city and the only place to have great real paella!!

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  10. I love Valencia, as well, the architecture and especially the food market. Traditional Valenciana paella also always include “ferradura” (wide runner green beans.)

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  11. What a beautiful place! I love your photos, Andrew.

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