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... presented and added to the Pilar. This is quite daunting as the fixers climb the wooden frame and the flowers are thrown up to them. We watch for an hour then find a great little bar, Cafe de las Horas where we try Aqua de Valencia, a delicious orange cocktail. Back to see progress on the Pilar. Some more fallas spotting and a snack from street cafe, Poor Man's Potatoes excellent before wending our way to the hotel via a friendly local bar en ...
... he bought it was to get around college. It’s been very crazy around here and I’m starting school tomorrow and we will see how it goes.
Friday, September 5, 2014
Today I went to my first day of school, and it was pretty fun. When we were waiting outside to go into the school I was honestly a little nervous, because there were all kinds of kids talking to each other messing around ...
... my head through the door and saw and heard a dozen older women all talking loudly to each other at the same time. Seeing me walk in made the room go silent and when I asked if anyone spoke English they all shook their heads and started gabbling again, so I backed out of there knowing that even if I could get it across that I wanted a Number 1 clippers cut, I couldn't have stood that level of noise for five ...
... The Musafa district is famous for their incredible lights and light shows. IT WAS SO COOL. The entire street was ablaze with "Christmas-type" lights, choreographed to music. Each night the show is different. Also, throughout the street there is basically a constant party with a variety of delicious foods (bunuelos and churros and chocolate typical of valencia), people dancing, music, lights, and of course, falleras. ...
... br> Run through the town
get lost in Spain
go to Andalucia, Madrid, Barcelona and at least one other city
visit 3 other countries at least
Shop at the central market without anyone else's help
Visit free museums on Sundays
Go to the beach
Make a Spanish friend
Go to a Salsa class
Go to a Flamenco Performance
Play soccer with Natives
Get out of the apartment every day.
There are probably ...