TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Azahar Sagunto
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... to protect my self. Every once and again I would get hit, but luckily not hard in the face. In Return for this guy letting me lean on him (not that he really had a choice in such a small space) but I would gather tomatoes and share them with him to throw at people. At the end of the fight there were thousands of people trying to get out of the streets, on the way out there were people with buckets scooping up the tomatoes and juice and water off the streets ...
... to the hotel with a couple from Canada, Ryan and Jane. We got chatting to them and when we got to the hotel we decided to go across the road for a beer with them before bed. We got our drink and had a chat with them, mostly travel related. They were super nice people. Afterwards, we headed back across the road, said goodbye and headed up to bed. We got a phone call from Pooja, one of the girls from the big group, to try organize to catch up the next day, then we went to ...
... I ordered a beer, didn't get carded, and then walked home with my roommate.
Tuesday was the actual day of first classes, and my first class starts at 10:40 everyday. But I have to leave by 10 if I want to be on time (it's so early, I don't know how I deal). Both of my classes are an hour and a half long, so I'm done just before 2. Then I go home for lunch and a siesta, and then I go out to do something with my ...
... umbrella. The beaches themselves are wide and go on and on. The beach was busy the first day, since there was a lot of sunshine on a public holiday. The other days were quiet. It was really great to soak in the water in that heat.
Valencia is the paella king. We enjoyed our seafood paella at a beach restaurant; it was a bit salty for us, but we still enjoyed the experience. Other than that, we mostly took advantage of our kitchen ...
... souvenirs you could purchase anything that relates to Gaudi's style of tile integration into his works. I saw shirts with multicolored tile piece designs and mugs with the same representation of Gaudi's work. Also, we were told that Barcelona is basically the only area in Spain that makes its own chocolate. I was able to go to the Museo de Xocolata and purchase some for my family and friends. Barcelona's competing regional identity with the overall Spanish identity has been ...
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