Expo Hotel Valencia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... didn't want to spend time walking home then walking all the way back, so I find a place for lunch. I ordered the wrong thing again. Whatever. I miss healthy food!
I still had an hour left before happy miercoles and did some more shopping. Found the goofy bohemian pants I wanted. Yay!
I then met with classmates in front of school. Rune was no where in sight. Boo! Where's my brother? We start walking to our destination. Then, yay, ...
... reading books, walking, making out (lots it was crazy) and relaxing. Along these paths is a couple of interesting things. A playground that was made our of a gaint person laying down. At first to me it looked like a Jesus figure but when I read the sign it was gulliver from gulliver's travels and the ropes tying him down were climbing ropes for the kids. Pretty cool I thought. Then these modern/ space age buildings. Wow! It was such and old city then ...
... about every five minutes or around every corner. At around 11 o’clock from the side of the old riverbed of Valencia we were able to see the fireworks show. Every night of the festival they have a fireworks show, spending thousands of dollars on this over half an hour enormous show. It was definitely better than any Fourth of July show that I have seen in Minnesota. It was spectacular. I got a video of the finale and we ...
... can tick off the bucket list. I would not want to do it again, but if I did, I wouldn’t go near the centre of the action and just hang on the outside. First timers may still want to go to the centre to see them try to get the ham, but be prepared for a tight squeeze. I later read that this was a record year for La Tomatina, 10,000 more people than last year, so it may have just been this year that it was so crazy, but still, an unforgettable ...
... situation back home, many Portuguese people have had to travel and move to these countries in order to find work and make money to send back home to their families. On the other hand, immigrants from the CPLP countries have made their way to Portugal so that they too could find jobs (usually menial labor) to make a living for themselves. The Portuguese are known for there ability to integrate and tolerate other cultures. This special relationship is rarely ...