Today is our last full day in Valencia. We’re tired but managing. We’re still under the weather, but Cynthia is much improved.
After two days of The Ofrenda, The Virgin is complete.
She is beautiful. We got out early to see her and beat the crowds.
We decided to spend the day at L’Oceanogràfic in the City of Arts And Sciences complex. L’Oceanogràfic is the worlds largest salt water aquarium and is something to see if you like aquariums. Probably the best in the world.
I think the best feature of L’Oceanogràfic is the Beluga Whale. This guy seems to ham it up for the camera.
After visiting the aquarium we walked back to the hotel, stoping to take a few daylight photos of the City Of Arts And Sciences.
When we got to the hotel we knew we were going to need to get some rest. This is the final day of Las Fallas and the two most important events happen this evening. The Cabalgata del Fuego (Fire Parade) and The Crema (burning) of the Fallas where the burn all the sculpture to the ground.
I will post some photos of those events in the next two updates.