Archive for May, 2008

  • by valencia blog

    Tweet Tasca de Russafa is a huge place, popular in the evening for their tapas. Our first time there, it was so packed that we had to leave again. But, we soon came back to try their menú del dia. All the food was freshly cooked and yummy. And their desserts … mmm … but […]

  • by mpowell

    Tweet Until June 15th, you’ll have a chance to see a great exhibition of paintings by El Greco, in the San Pío V Museum of Fine Arts (location). The Tears of St. Peter The exhibition (which is unfortunately only in Spanish) focuses on the painter’s relationship with the city of Toledo, around 1900. At the […]

  • by valencia blog

    Tweet Today, we’re presenting two new features to our Valencia Blog. 1. Valencia TV This is an extra page on the blog dedicated to high-quality videos we’ve uploaded to Vimeo. Vimeo also supports videos in HD quality, though we’re not at that level yet. Let’s see how well things go this year… we might shoot […]

  • by mpowell

    Tweet Sadly, the 2008 celebrations for Corpus Christi, one of Valencia’s most traditional and popular festivals, were ruined by bad weather. Most of the events take place on Sunday, and we went at noon to see the Cabalgata del Convite, during which children would have their throats slit by King Herrod’s henchmen. That’s my kind […]

  • by valencia blog

    Tweet On Wednesday we had to run an administrative errand. The office was right across the Micalet and while waiting we got a nice view of people queuing up to take advantage of the chance to kiss the Virgin. This also symbolises the end of Festival of Virgin de los Desamparados. Here are the recently […]



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