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... 2 beds each, as well as 2 pull-out sofas in the main living room and a tiny kitchen.
We then met the other family coming for the weekend - Juan and Ana and their children Mateo (6), Olivia (4), and baby Emma (8 months). You could tell that they are ¨buena gente¨ (good people).
We all got ready and headed to the beach. It was funny because after Molly and I put on our swimsuits, Nuria said something to the ...
... We laughed, they drank, and reminisced of times spent. We drove around the center of Valencia showing us all the beautiful buildings and churches through out. Driving us through the nightlife where the streets are filled with people out till 4 or 5 in the morning. After a long day we went home where they had prepared a room for us to stay in with everything we needed.
With the early morning came Sebastian's birthday! Everything is usually closed on Sundays in Valencia ...
... big dinner. Mindy ate mostly salad this time
because it was her favorite. We also had croquetas, which are fried
nuggets filled with bechamel and ham and vegetables. They are my favorite
homemade dish in Valencia. We surprised Mindy again with a big lemon
merengue pie with lots of candles. Sandra gave her some chocolates and then
the spanish mom gave her a bracelet, and my parents gave a wonderful card
and a flight home to see me from Spain.
It's six a.m. I'm dancing. The room is spinning. And there are sharks. Welcome to Spain. It's been awhile since I've seen the sun come up, and as I struggled out of bed I remembered why. It hurts. But then again when else can you get in free as a VIP to Valencia's hottest disco tech, La Indiana, and actually witness the rare and ever-so-embarassing sight of Nick breaking out his white-boy trademarked dance moves? And no, I was not tripping on some form ...
... couple steps before realizing that my phone was no longer in my hand. With a sinking feeling I returned to the bottom of the stairs to find my phone in pieces. Although the phone itself still functioned, the screen was so damaged you could only make out the upper left-hand corner. In one stroke I had lost my means of communication, all of the numbers stored in my phone, and a rather expensive Christmas gift that had been in use for barely two ...