We start with the beautiful Estacio del Nord and it’s neighbor the 12,884 seater Plaza de Toros de Valencia. Following lunch at Marcat Central we move on to Iglesia de los Santos Juanes and La Lonja de la Seda de Valencia.
In this webisode with co-host Andrew Rudder we pass through the Plaza del la Virgin, Valencia Cathedral and 4 of the 5 buildings plus walkway that make up the City Of Arts & Sciences.
The final stop for The City of Arts and Sciences and Valencia. L’Oceanografic…we play with the dolphins and swim with the sharks!!! The L’Oceanografic is the largest oceanographic aquarium in Europe with 110,000 square meters and 42 million liters of water. It was built in the shape of a water lily and is the work of architect Félix Candela. Each building represents different aquatic environments including the Mediterranean, Wetlands, Temperate and Tropical Seas, Oceans, the Antarctic, the Artctic, Islands and the Ted Sea. This aquarium is a home to over 500 different species including dolphins, belugas, sawfish, jellyfish, starfish, sea urchins, walruses, sea lions, seals, penguins, turtles, sharks,and rays. It also inhabits wetland bird species.
Using the latest travel apps, technology, and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless Travel.
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