Confortel Aqua 3
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I think I'm slowly getting used to the sun over here. Today it got up close to 30 degrees but I didn't feel too lethargic. Knowing me, I'll end up back in some cold climate just as I get completely used to it. At least I'll be tanned. Or peeling. One of the two. Today I did all of the usual touristy stuff. I did the walking tour (which in true Spanish style, was at a slow pace). I visited a few cathedrals, climbed the bell tower, took in some key architectural sights, ...
Between a tiring week of traveling beforehand and preparing for Fallas (you will learn about this in my next post), this week was pretty relaxing. I needed to catch up on my sleep (anyone who knows me knows how I love to sleep).
Monday: Today it was difficult to wake up due to the lack of sleep from my trip, but I did make it to my Spanish class. For my food class, we gave presentations ...
... the magnificent City of Arts and Sciences complex. On more minor roads, we noted the "working girls" in bikinis, sitting on chairs on the edge of paddocks waiting for "work"! Reached our destination - the Albufera Wetlands, south of Valencia in the coast. Parked in a motor home park - really a fenced-in car park with minimal facilities but cheap. Went to find ...
So, naturally, on Tuesday I was very tired, and after class I hung out with some people in the school's cafeteria for a short while before heading home to sleep.
Wednesday I didn't really ...
... it was due.
Electricity, along with most forms of energy, is extremely expensive in Europe. Upon researching into the costs of electricity around the world I found some interesting data. Not only is electricity expensive in Spain, it is some of the most expensive in Europe and around the world. At 30 U.S. cents per kWh compared to only 12 U.S. cents per kWh in America converted to a purchasing power standard, it’s 2.5 times as expensive to do any of the same ...