3 days in Valencia, Spain -12/11/18 - 12/14/2018

Day 3-City of Arts and Sciences-12/13/2018

Turtles, Jelly fish, and wetland


This the habitat for the giant Aldabra tortoise.


The Aldabra giant tortoise are from the islands of the Aldabra Atoll in the Seychelles, and they are one of the largest tortoises in the world.


The Aldabra giant tortoise is a herbivorous animal, spending much of its time browsing for food in its surrounding well-vegetated environment. 


Jelly fish

So beautiful and majestic the way they move around...




Flame Jelly fish.



More underwater tunnel but this time is mostly for the temperate and tropical fish.


Coral reefs


Funny looking yellow fish


close up view of the yellow fish.


The spherical Aviary houses bird species.


Colorful birds perching on trees.





These red birds are called Scarlet Ibis




Different species of birds inside the Aviary.


The scarlet Ibis acquires its bright red color, like flamingos with their characteristic pink color from the crabs and prawns on which it feeds.


We are now done with visiting the Oceanography and we are now headed to the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia you see in the distance.

It looks close from here but it is a good 20 minutes walk to get here.


The building with a somewhat dome is the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia


The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia is an Opera and performing arts center dedicated to music and the performing arts.

It was closed when we got there.


We are now leaving the City of Art and Sciences.  These high rise buildings are in front of the Palau of de les Arts Reina Sofia.


Next.. Dinner & Last breakfast




Our house


Photo Gallery

 Mon  petit coin