Blau Park Aparthotel
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- Swimming pool
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... into a basket and press out the oil with a large wooden shaft. I don't even know how to explain it, but it was so cool to see the steps and the fact that they take pride in carrying on the tradition by hosting the festival every year.
The dancing.. I was told about the dancing when I first mentioned that I was interested in taking Flamenco lessons and some of my students do the dance (the shorter videos are actually two of my students). It was so cool to be a part ...
... walking tour where we learned about the history of Lisbon and why things appeared a certain way in the city, I gained a lot more respect for the city and its inhabitants. From a touristīs perspective, the city could appear old and dilapidated with lots of graffiti and not much to its name. However this is far from the truth. Its history is where the appreciation for the city comes from and the saying ĻDonīt judge a book by itīs coverĻ ...
... when in fact, in a flash of a moment, she has moved on to pastures new. The reasons for her spontaneity cannot be explained and neither is it necessary to have a cause. Sometimes, the breeze blows in unexpected directions; directions in which she finds a new home, if only for a while.
A girl who travels will struggle to feel excitement at the thought of the upcoming weekend.. To her, every day is an adventure and a chance to learn something new.
... might tonight, not sure. Partying is different in Spain. In America, people drink to get drunk. They drink fast and a lot. In Spain, it is an all night thing. You have dinner at 10:30, and get a few drinks with it, then you go to a bar around 12. You stay at the bar until like 2:30, just drinking, staying tipsy, hanging out. People actually start going out around 3, then they stay at the club until maybe ...
... for the students. Hence, the protest. And it was HUGE. Thousands of students, their parents and their pets took to the streets with banners, loud speakers, drums and whistles, yelling songs in Catalan (or Spanish, either way I couldn’t understand!). We watched the protest for a while as Kelly translated some of the banners and then we moved on to Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (The city of Arts and Science). It is a little city, on the outskirts of Valencia, ...