Kids always find a way to have fun. In Berlin they can go sledding (something unthinkable here) in the snow, whereas kids in Valencia can climb the castle made of red rope, or play with a bucket full of sand on the beach.
Near to where I live in Neukölln there is a long and beautiful canal. After the war the canalsystem was very important to get the remains of the war easily out of the city. Nowadays it is mostly used for shipping. The canal is like a green lung passing through the south of the city of Berlin.
Where I live is all surrounded by vegetable garden and orange groves, it is a very nice place to take a walk or a bike ride. The region of Valencia is worldwide known for its great tradition of citrus cultivation, activity which was introduced in the area during the Muslim domination.