Expo Hotel Valencia
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We arrived in Valencia mid-afternoon so after checking into the hotel and having a swim in the roof top pool (with excellent views of the city) – we headed into the historic area for a look around.
As with all European cities there is a must see cathedral and bell tower. So to tick the exercise box for the day (and earn a …
... we saw thousands and thousands of seaside apartments and I guessed that these were all part of the housing crisis in Spain. I'm not sure for certain but I think its probably right. We took the toll way all the way from Barcelona to Valencia. Its one of those tolls, where we took a ticket at the beginning of the journey and at the end, the toll operator works out how far we travelled and charges accordingly. We must have done 225km ...
... capital of the world. Anyway. During midday they have a fireworks show which is mainly about the noise called the mascleta. It gets insanely packed for that, which is kind of strange because you can't really see anything besides smoke anyway. During the nights they have huge fireworks displays and the one I saw on Saturday night was incredible. They turned the majority of the lights ...
... One thing that they do well in Europe is the freeway rest areas. Many of them have pull outs on your side of the freeway where you can get gas and rest but over the freeway is a restaurant and restroom area that serves both sides. Because their freeways are often tolled you can't drive across but the businesses are busy because they serve the clientele going in both directions. We learned at one of these stops that there had been serious flooding in areas of Valencia province ...
... of the language, however in order to fully comprehend everything, it is necessary that the person be taught the language. This is one of the aspects of Barcelona's society that differentiates it from other places in Spain. The children that attend school in the city do not learn Spanish, but Catalan. Not only do they not learn Spanish as a first language, but it is not even a language that they are required to learn. The children there learn English before they are even ...