Residencia Campus Confort Burjassot
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... to the top of the hotel. The hotel has 30storeys and a roof top pool. This gave us a view over the city as it one of the highest points around. The stadium South East towards the old city, the new towers to the North West of the Convention Centre and associated hotels, the old town to the South East and the newer apartment buildings of the city to the North. The old town was there before the Roman camp on the West side of the river from the Romans. These days ...
... take our sweet time and head off around 11. The bus is coming at around 1 so we get ourselves some Spanish omelettes for brekky and some more freshly squeezed OJ from a café around the corner. The suns back out and we head to a park just round the corner from the pickup and read our books till the bus comes around. I personally fell asleep watching a homeless man bathe in the fountain but he was using soap so good for him and his cleanliness.
Until next time ...
... style of Spain. However, Spain would still go on to win the rest of its games and win the world cup. This time around however, was not as nice for the Spaniards.
For fun I decided that while in Spain, I should root against Spain. But never did I think I would have as much success as I did. After losing their first two games, the Spaniards were out of the world cup. Shocking. Just four years ...
... then watching them burn during La Crema.
6) The first night I stayed out past 6 am
7) Eating paella in El Palmar - the birth place of Paella
8) Learning to make Sangria and Paella, aka the Paella cooking competition in the middle of the streets during Fallas.
9) El Nit de Foc and La Mascleta - some of the most incredible fireworks I have ever seen (parts of Fallas here in Valencia)
10) Seeing my first circus (excluding FSU)
... of tea. Yum!
Then I headed out to see what kind of convenience stores and things were around me. I didn't feel like there were much so I decided to walk towards the city center. A great place to browse before heading to school in 5 hours.
It was a 30 minute walk. But it was wonderful to see the neighborhood and just non-touristy life. Germany grouped their sundries in stores differently than in the US. I expected something similar here. The ...