AGH Canet Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Portugal and how the Portuguese people need to dive back to their roots of Catholicism and Fado. The economy did not progress; Salazar was too focused on going backwards as a country. The dictatorship ended in 1974 with the Carnation Revolution and Portugal transitioned to the third Republic. Spainīs period of dictatorship is known as Francoist Spain and started in 1939 when the Spanish civil war was over. It ended in 1975 when Francisco Franco ...
... and set up. We had a little "get to know you" orientation thingy. We met the director and the staff, and they showed us how to get around the areas near the center. Then we went out for a big dinner and drinks.
I guess more than anything its the way that people live that I am not used to. For example, when I walk down the streets in the US I always smile at people. When I go to restaurants, ...
... and they burn. It is supposed to be a beautiful event! If you want to wiki-read about some of it, hear is a link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Falles
It was a really cool museum!
One of the funniest and weirdest things we experienced though was at night when we went to a few clubs to celebrate a 21st birthday... We ended up at a club with one of our Spanish professors that was on the trip with us! It was strange but really cool haha! ...
... Then I stumbled upon...the shopping area!
Ok, time to find shorts. It's been hard to find summer clothing. This so summer weather here, but for the Spanish, this season will be over in the blink of an eye. I see winter fashion on display at the stores, and the summer clothes are on sale, but the sparse selection have been completely picked over. Speaking of which, my shopping Spanish has gotten a little better. I can get to the dressing rooms, I can get a size up, I ...
... smooth and nice!
Headed out to the nearby Valenbisi bike station. This is Valencia's bike share program. The bike weighed a ton. I'm not a regular biker, so I really needed something easier to ride. I couldn't maintain control at low speeds. It was hard to keep steering straight! I sucked. Had to walk the bike to a docking station. I had no idea where the nearest one was, but from my previous scan of the map, I knew if I stayed on a main street, I'll run into ...