Eurostars Gran Valencia
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... is also commonly brought out as dessert liquor.
Although, there are notable variations in the types of food and drink served in the countries, the main differences are predominantly observed in the dining atmosphere. In America, we tend to follow what I like to call a "business and briefcase" type of atmosphere. We enter the restaurant, are quickly ushered to our table, given our drinks, appetizers, and the ...
... was open. I was certainly beginning to love Spain! The next few days were spent between the beach, casually eating paella and enjoying the Spanish sun and wandering the city. Enjoying some fine modern art, including a brilliant photo exhibition about the struggles of transvestites in Brazil. Watching a nice game of cricket in the sun and enjoying the cultural centre, which is one of the most beautiful man made areas I've ...
WARNING!!! You are about to get a part history, part cultural lesson. Of you are not interested in reading it all, I will put a brief summary at the bottom.
And the Fallas season has officially begun.
February 23rd, at 730 am, people all over valencia are awoken by the sound of rampant Fireworks and explosions. Is it war? Is it rowdy teenagers? NO! Its one of the oldest and grandest traditions throughout all of Spain.
I must ...
... arrivals, where they were waiting for me. Once we did meet up, it was great to see their smiling faces for the first time in 5 months.
We then caught a taxi (all of us squeezed into the back seat, despite the front set being free), to our hotel in St Lious (French part of Basel).
That night, we caught up and then all fell asleep, knowing tomorrow would be a big day driving through the Bavarian Alps.
Things of Note:
- The hostel we stayed at was really ...
... to pay attention to the way we went incase I got separated from the group later that day and needed to find my way back to the bus at 1pm. When we finally got down to the entrance of the main square our wristbands were checked and we joined the rest of the festival goers. We decided it would be "safer" if we stayed on the fringe and didn't go into the middle of the square. We had heard way too many horror stories of girls having their clothes ripped off and other more horrible ...